Work has topped out for two six-story mixed-use buildings at 2310 S State Street and 2344 S State Street in Near South Side. These new structures mark the first phase of a larger development known as Southbridge, which is being developed by McCaffrey and The Community Builders. The current phase will house a mix of retail and 206 apartments, with both market-rate and affordable offerings available. Residents will also have access to various amenity spaces, including an exercise room, a community dining area, and a series of terraces.
The Commission on Chicago Landmarks has approved the final landmark recommendation for the Pentecostal Church of Holiness in North Lawndale. Formerly named Our Lady of Lourdes, the church is located at 4208 W 15th Street, at the intersection of W 15th Street and S Keeler Avenue. Originally constructed in 1932, the structure was designed by architect Louis Guenzel.
Full construction permits have been issued for a four-story mixed-use building located at 2420 W Grand Avenue in the southwest corner of West Town. Planned by Comet Development, the new building will house retail at ground level and 28 residential units above. Other features include a rooftop deck, a parking garage with 29 spaces, and an additional 12 spaces outside. The project is set to replace a single-story masonry commercial garage, whose demolition permits were issued last month.
The Commission on Chicago Landmarks has approved the final landmark recommendation for the Morton Salt Warehouse Complex in West Town. Addressed at 1357 N Elston Avenue, the complex is located at the intersection of N Elston Avenue and W Blackhawk Street. The eastern edge of the site is along the northern branch of the Chicago River. Blue Star Properties and R2 Companies are the developers and owners behind the complex.