An initial approval has been granted for the redevelopment of the Hoyt Building at 465 W Cermak Road in Chinatown. Located along the south branch of the Chicago River on the corner with S Canal Street, the historic building shed its previous developer a few months ago as we covered the updated proposal revealed last January. Now Aurora-based developer Windfall Group received approval from the Permit Review Committee for the SPACE Architects + Planners designed proposal.
Construction continues to climb for a new wellness facility located at 2933 W Division Street in Humboldt Park as the inner core structure has now reached its full height. This initiative commenced in January when the foundational permit was approved. Recent visuals depict brisk advancement in foundational stages. This glassy curved structure by JGMA will stand where a vacant plot and a duplex once were.
A construction permit has been approved for a residential project at 4333 N Western Avenue in North Center. The four-story masonry building will house four dwelling units and will feature an elevator, a basement level, and a fire suppression sprinkler system. The new structure will have both an attached garage and exterior parking spaces. Nikola Delic owns the property.
Since our previous coverage in May, the nine-story structure at 1203 N California Avenue in Humboldt Park has reached its full height. The 83,000-square-foot mixed-use building stands where an empty lot used to be, opposite the Humboldt Park grounds. The project is led by the Hispanic Housing Development Corporation, with architectural design by Pappageorge Haymes. The plan includes 2,500 square feet of retail space on the ground level and 64 affordable housing units on the upper floors.
Initial details have been revealed for the sale of the parcel of land at 1201 S Michigan Avenue in the South Loop. Located directly on the corner with E Roosevelt Road and adjacent to the NEMA Chicago skyscraper, the large lot was most recently envisioned as a slightly taller version of NEMA itself. Now Miami-based developer Crescent Heights has hired the local office of CBRE to sell the property according to Crain’s.