The Zoning Board of Appeals has approved the new zoning for a mixed-use development at 1005 W 31st Street in Bridgeport. The site is located on an interior lot between S Morgan Street and S Aberdeen Street. The 31 CTA bus route runs along W 31st Street, stopping at the 31st and Morgan intersection, within a one-minute walk from the site. Jiarong Zhang is in charge of the development.
Demolition permits have been issued for a two-story frame residential building and a detached frame garage. Located near the eastern end of West Town, the multi-unit structure is owned by Sustainabuild LLC.
Exterior work is rapidly underway on the recently topped-out 17-story 808 N Wells Street, known as AMLI 808, in Near North Side. Developed by AMLI, the mixed-use project will include retail space at the ground level and 318 residences above, according to most recent construction permits issued this past spring. The most recent zoning amendment also shows that the tower will stand 225 feet in height. AMLI has not yet listed pricing and availability.
The Zoning Board of Appeals has approved the zoning for a new residential development at 719 N Elizabeth Street in West Town. The interior site is located between W Huron Street and W Chicago Avenue. The Chicago CTA L station, serviced by the Blue Line, is a six-minute walk from the site. The 66 CTA bus route, accessed at the Chicago and Elizabeth stop, is a two-minute walk from the site. JL Development LLC is in charge of the project.
A construction permit been issued for a three-story residential building at 2611 W Gladys Avenue, set to rise in Near West Side. The owner, filed under Brandon T. Styza of Styza Tectonic LLC, is planning two dwellings for the building, as well as a rear concrete slab and fence for parking. The project is just one of numerous other residential construction permits recently issued for the area encapsulating East Garfield Park and Near West Side’s United Center Park neighborhood.