Construction has now risen past the third floor of 3035 N Sheffield Avenue, a four-story condominium building in Lake View. The developer, Property People, has planned for three for-sale units across the building’s 6500 square feet of floor space. Units will be priced between $775,000 for a single-level unit and $1.3 million for one of the two duplexes.
Last week, a demolition permit was issued to remove a mixed-use masonry building located at 813 E 63rd Street in the Woodlawn neighborhood. The permit’s owner has been listed as the Preservation of Affordable Housing (POAH). The nonprofit developer owns and operates a number of affordable rental apartments in more than a dozen Chicago communities since the inception of the local chapter in 2008.
Dark glass can now be seen along the rising 741 N Wells Street, a 21-story mixed-use development in River North. Vista Property’s 201,000-square-foot project will house 168 apartments above ground-level retail establishments, all while respecting the historical two-story masonry building situated north of it.
A groundbreaking has been held for the affordable housing project at 401 N Monticello Avenue in East Garfield Park. Dubbed the Conservatory Apartments, the structure will be located just north of the train tracks and the namesake Garfield Park Conservatory. It is replacing a vacant surface parking lot once used by the now closed Laura Ward Elementary School directly across the street. The project is being led by the Interfaith Housing Development Corporation (IHDC) and was designed by Michigan-based HED Architecture.
A new permit was issued last week for the construction of a new three-story residential construction located at 1942 W Belmont Avenue in the North Center neighborhood. The permit’s owners have been listed as Sustainabuild LLC and the plans state that this building will include six units and a basement. The building will also have a roof deck and rear decks on all levels, as well as a detached six-vehicle garage with its own roof deck.