1613 W Belmont

Permit Issued for 1613 W Belmont Avenue in Lake View

A five-story residential development at 1613 W Belmont Avenue in Lake View has been granted a construction permit. The new development will host 11 residential units, each with ground floor balconies and additional balconies on the second through fourth floors, as well as a roof deck. An automatic sprinkler system and a rear wood fence are notable aspects of the construction, as outlined in the submitted plans. 1613 W Belmont LLC owns the project and will replace a one-story retail building.

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Permits Issued For CTA Blue Line Racine Station Reconstruction

Initial permits have been issued and renderings revealed for the upcoming reconstruction of the CTA Blue Line Racine station at 418 S Racine Avenue in the Near West Side. The project is part of the first phase of the larger Blue Line reconstruction currently underway, replacing much of the existing tracks we see today. The work is being led by the CTA with local firm Ross Barney Architects working on its design.

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Permit Issued for 5847 W Corcoran Place in Austin

A construction permit has been issued for a new residential development located at 5847 W Corcoran Place in the Austin neighborhood. The  two-story building will feature a total of three apartment units with a basement level, front stairs and porch, a rear two-story deck, and stairs, as well as a side six-foot-tall wood fence, and a rear three-vehicle parking pad, as detailed in the plans. The project replaces what is currently a vacant lot. The listed owner of the project is A-Z Builders Inc., while the architect for the project is Andy Kacprzynski.

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Developer Unveils Plans for 420 N May Street to West Loop Neighbors

Updated plans have been revealed for the mixed-use skyscraper at 420 N May Street in the West Loop. Located on the northwest corner with W Kinzie Street, the proposal will replace a couple of existing structures and their adjacent parking lot. Miami-based developer Crescent Heights presented the HPA-designed plans to the community at a meeting earlier this week. The developer also recently placed the parcel earmarked for NEMA phase II in the South Loop for sale.

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