A construction permit has been issued for a new three-story, three-unit residence at 4605 S Langley Avenue in Bronzeville. The residential project reveals features such as a rear patio, a three-story rear porch/stairs, and parking for three vehicles. The listed owner is Jacobdabuilder Inc, with architectural plans developed by Hanna Architects. Currently, no drawings or designs have yet been posted.
Details have been revealed for the mixed-use expansion of the Black Ensemble Theater (BE) at 4453 N Clark Street in Uptown. Located directly across the street from the theater’s current home just south of the intersection with W Sunnyside Avenue, the new structure will expand the campus to create a cultural corridor. Originally imagined in 2009, the theater is now moving forward with enlarged plans dubbed ‘The Free To Be Village’ designed by Nia Architects, Gensler, and Site Design Group.
Positioned in the Illinois Medical District at 1134 S Wood Street, the nine-story mixed-use development named The Foglia Residences is reaching its final stages of construction. This project represents a collaboration between the Chicago Lighthouse, a non-profit organization serving the visually impaired, disabled, and veterans since 1906, and Brinshore Development.
A construction permit has been granted for a new residential development located at 2824 W 63rd Street in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood. The project will be a two-story, mixed-use building, replacing a 4,141-square-foot vacant lot. The last known sale of the property was in 2002 for $50,0001. The listed owner of the project is Ahmad Zahdan.
The National Public Housing Museum is on its way to becoming a new cultural landmark for Little Italy and the broader Near West Side as extensive renovation work continues. The development firm Related Midwest, in partnership with the Chicago Housing Authority, has taken on this project located at 1322 W Taylor Street.