Zoning has been approved for the residential development at 4553 N Dover Street in Uptown. Located on the southeastern corner with W Wilson Avenue and spread across two structures on an L-shaped lot, the project will demolish a one-story commercial building after receiving some updates earlier this year. Now the development team of Ayman Khalil and Kareem Musawwir can move forward with the Axios Architects-designed building.
Details have been revealed for the mixed-use expansion of the Black Ensemble Theater (BE) at 4453 N Clark Street in Uptown. Located directly across the street from the theater’s current home just south of the intersection with W Sunnyside Avenue, the new structure will expand the campus to create a cultural corridor. Originally imagined in 2009, the theater is now moving forward with enlarged plans dubbed ‘The Free To Be Village’ designed by Nia Architects, Gensler, and Site Design Group.
A renovation permit has been granted for an existing residential building at 1424 W Winnemac Avenue in Uptown. The project aims to convert the existing six-unit residential building into an eight-unit development, with interior alterations including MEP for two additional dwelling units in the basement. The listed owner of the project is 1420-28 W Winnemac LLC.
A major 12-story residential development is approaching its full height at 4600 N Marine Drive in Uptown. Developed by Lincoln Property Company and designed by Valerio Dewalt Train, the project replaces a former parking lot attached to Weiss Memorial Hospital.
Facade work has commenced for a five-story mixed-use building at 1135 W Winona Street in Uptown. This edifice is part of a two-part development phase known as “The Draper” by Cedar St. Companies. Both buildings will stand five stories and featuring a combination of ground-level retail spaces and 180 residential units in total, comprised of 168 apartments and 12 townhomes.