Initial plans have been revealed for the residential development at 3925 N Clarendon Avenue in Lakeview. Revealed via Alderman Cappleman’s website, the proposal looks to replace a slim and long empty lot just south of the intersection with W Irving Park Road in between two existing residential structures. Local developer George Bahramis is working with Jonathan Splitt Architects on the 33-foot-wide design, leaving one additional similarly-sized parking lot left on the block to be redeveloped.
A demolition permit was issued on Tuesday for the removal of a one-story masonry building located at 5000 N Clark Street in the Andersonville neighborhood. The site was formerly home to Start Auto Repair and Body Shop. McDonagh Demolition Inc is serving as the demolition contractor for this project. At the time of publication, no plans have been submitted for any future developments at the site.
With construction nearly complete, work is wrapping up for a nine-story mixed-use development known as “Platform 4611” in Uptown. The 103-foot-high edifice, located at 4611 N Broadway, is jointly being developed by John Buck Company and Free Market Ventures. The project will feature 200 rental apartments and 12,000 square feet of retail space on the bottom level.
Work has topped out for a new five-story mixed-use building at 4501 N Sheridan Avenue in Uptown. Planned by Mavrek Development and formerly the site of a single-story masonry commercial building, the new structure will house ground-level retail topped by a total of 59 residential apartments.
Metal cladding is getting closer to completion for 4600 Kenmore Avenue, a six-story mixed-use building in Uptown. Under development by Cedar Street Companies, the project will offer 2,500 square feet of retail space at ground level and 62 rental apartments above.