The Chicago City Council has approved plans for a new theater building for the TimeLine Theater Company at 5033 N Broadway Avenue in Uptown. The building will be built in two phases, utilizing an existing century old warehouse building near the corner of N Broadway Avenue and W Argyle Street. The theater company which was started with $50 in 1997 has owned the building since 2018 and has been working with architecture firm HGA on the design which incorporates the existing glazed-tile building into its new home.
Interior walls can now be seen rising above grade for 4600 N Kenmore Avenue, a five-story mixed-use building rising at the corner of Kenmore & Wilson in Uptown. The developer Cedar St. Companies has planned for 2,500 square feet of retail at the ground-level and 62 apartments on the upper floors. These units will range in size between studios and two-bedroom layouts, with select residences accommodated by private terrace space. Residents will have access to a top-level indoor lounge and connected outdoor terrace space.
Construction has been approved for two nearly identical residential buildings at 4645-47 N Clark Street in Uptown. Clark Estate LLC is the developer behind the four-story twin edifices, which will yield a total of six units, according to the approved permits. The new construction is set to replace two two-story buildings, which were demolished early 2020.
Structural work has reached full height for a four-story mixed-use development at 4410 N Clark Street in Uptown. Developed by Stan Bernshteyn, the construction will yield ground-level retail and 25 apartments on the upper floors. The new construction is formerly the site of a one-story masonry building.
Revised plans have been revealed for a proposed residential development at 640 W Irving Park Road in Uptown. Sharing sites with the existing Immaculata High School, the 22-story building will rise in front of Lake Shore Drive and offer residents unobstructed views of the lake. The project is being developed by KGiles LLC and CA Ventures and designed by Perkins Eastman with Level Architecture.