Tax incentives have been approved for the Flatiron Building at 1579 N Milwaukee Avenue in Wicker Park. Located at the heart of the neighborhood on its six-corner intersection, the artists lofts-filled structure most recently saw the closures of Bank of America and Debonair Social Club on its first floor. The Class L tax incentives were approved by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks earlier this month.
A conditional permit has been issued for a three-story residential project to be located at 1757 W Le Moyne Street in Wicker Park. This new four-unit development by Whittemore Properties LLC will replace two frame residences under the addresses 1459 and 1461 N Wood Street.
A new four-story mixed-use building has been completed at 2111 W Caton Street in Wicker Park. The development occupies a triangular lot, bordered by Caton Street, an adjacent commercial building, and the CTA L tracks. Previously, a single-story masonry building stood on this site. The developer, Lux Living 4U, has constructed eight residential units and ground-floor retail space.
A construction permit has been approved for a new early childhood daycare facility at 1745 N Damen Avenue in the Wicker Park neighborhood. The project is a three-story building for early childhood care, replacing a former two-story auto body shop. Kensington School Inc is listed as the owner of the new development.
A permit has been issued for a renovation at 1417 N Wicker Park Avenue in Wicker Park. The project entails exterior facade repair and restoration of an existing two-story residential building with two dwelling units. There will be no interior alterations, and there’s no change in occupancy, use, or area, as indicated by the permit’s description.