Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building at 1118 W Newport Avenue in Lake View. The owner and developer, listed under John Downes Construction Inc, is also planning a detached three-car garage with a roof deck. The structure will replace a two-story residential building with stone siding.
Exterior work is well underway for the seven-story mixed-use building in Little Italy known as Pilsen Gateway, not to be confused with another building with the same name in East Pilsen. The 202-rental-unit project is a partnership between developers Cedar Street and Origin Investments.
Zoning has been approved for a four-story mixed-use development at 4301 N Milwaukee Avenue in Portage Park. The project is located at the intersection of N Milwaukee Avenue and W Cullom Avenue, on a corner lot. The nearest public transportation is the 56 CTA bus, accessed at the Milwaukee and Cullom stop, located directly across the street from the site. The Montrose CTA L station, serviced by the Blue Line, is a 15-minute walk from the property. Mega Group is in charge of the development under Finney Building LLC.
Emergency demolition permits have been issued for a two-story residential frame building at 4229 W Maypole Avenue in West Garfield Park. The City of Chicago owns the property, which appears to have been vacant prior to its slated demolition. However, the exact nature of the reason for demolition was not specified.
The inner core portion has reached roof height for 1400 Monroe, the seven-story residential building at 1404 W Monroe Street, developed by JK Equities. Permits were been issued earlier this summer, with construction since progressing rapidly on the West Loop project, comprising 42 condominium units.