Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building located at 2606 W Chicago Avenue in West Town. Owned by Gerard Coyle, the new development will house six total units, and come with an additional rooftop deck and a six-car garage with its own rooftop deck. The site is currently occupied by a larger single-story masonry building, though it is unclear how much of the property the new structure will occupy.
Foundation work has wrapped up with steel now above grade for University of Illinois Health’s Outpatient Surgery Center & Specialties Clinics, a six-story facility rising in the Illinois Medical District.
Despite no visible changes to the exterior, interior work continues to progress at 2145 S Halsted Street, a four-story mixed-use development in Pilsen. The infill site is located along S Halsted Street between W Cermak Road and W 21st Place. Vision Group Investments LLC is in charge of the development.
Construction permits have been issued for a four-story mixed-use building at 3729 W Belmont Avenue located in Avondale. The filing shows the owner as SCH Construction, LLC, who is planning commercial space on the ground floor and 18 apartments above. Until 2013 the empty lot was occupied by a two-story masonry building, which has since been demolished.
The City of Chicago’s INVEST South/West initiative has selected the Englewood Connect vision for the Englewood RFP site. Located along W 63rd Parkway between S Halsted Street and W 63rd Street, the site spans 4.28 acres and is made up of multiple packages. Offered as Site B1/B2 and Site C, the sites are positioned as the second phase of the adjacent Englewood Square I project, which is a Whole Foods-anchored shopping center. McLaurin Development and Farpoint Development are the developers behind the RFP proposal.