The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a new residential development at 4737 N Sheridan Road in Uptown. The developer behind the project is the non-profit organization Sarah’s Circle with Perkins + Will as the architect on the new structure that replaces an empty lot on the corner with W Lakeside Place. The new facility dubbed ‘Sarah’s on Lakeside’ is only a block away from two other properties operated by the organization.
A permit was issued on Friday for a three-story residential building with a masonry facade at 6526 S Ingleside Avenue in the Woodlawn neighborhood. The proposed project’s owner is listed as Kingston DTA Group LLC. The scope of the project detail six total dwelling units. Plans indicate the presence of a two-car parking pad along with a detached four-car framed garage. The lot is currently vacant.
Number 13 in the countdown goes to a newly kicked-off high-rise at 1400 S Wabash Avenue in South Loop, set to rise 30 stories and 316 feet. Developer CMK Companies has planned a mixed-use scheme that will provide ground-floor mercantile space and 299 rental apartment units above. Replacing a formerly vacant lot, the tower will fill a major gap both at the pedestrian level and within the South Loop skyline.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a mixed-use development at 3914 N Lincoln Avenue in North Center. The wedge-shaped structure, bound by N Lincoln Avenue to the east and N Damen Avenue to the west, will replace an empty lot and three buildings on Damen Avenue, one of which is orange-rated. Developer Longford Construction partnered with SPACE Architects + Planners on the masonry clad building.
A permit was approved yesterday for a new two-story residential building at 1738 W 17th Street in the Lower West Side neighborhood. We previously reported on the neighboring property which is also owned by Cornel Contac. Both projects are planned to have three total dwelling units each with finished basements, rooftop decks, and enclosed stairs with rear porches. Per plans, the project will also feature a parking pad. The planned structure will replace an existing building.