The city has approved a construction permit for a one-story residential building at 2651 W 83rd Place in Wrightwood. The six-bedroom / 2.5-bath project will be an ADA-compliant, community-integrated living arrangement (CLIA) for Envision Unlimited, a service provider for individuals with disabilities.
The mixed-use tower at 741 N Wells Street in River North is nearing the end of its construction phase, with the last of the facade installation now underway. Developed by Vista Property, the 21-story building spans 201,000 square feet and will feature 168 apartments atop 4,000 square feet of ground-level retail.
Caisson permits have been issued for the residential development at 438 W Saint James Place in Lincoln Park. Located near the intersection with N Lakeview Avenue and replacing an existing two-flat, the project was originally proposed in mid-2022 and since then has gone through a major redesign. Developer St. James Interest, LLC is behind the project with local firm Hirsch MPG working on its current design.
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.
The sale of the land for the mixed-use development at 1234 W Randolph Street in Fulton Market has now been finalized. Located on the intersection with N Elizabeth Street and replacing a couple of commercial structures, the development can now proceed after originally being proposed as a hotel multiple years ago. Developers Azur Holdings and Golub & Company are behind the project with architecture firm SCB working on its design.