New permits have been issued for a three-story multi-unit building located at 2260 W Erie Street in the West Town neighborhood. The parcel address is 2258 W Erie Street and the permit owner has been listed as Faha Management and plans show this will be a two-flat, with a basement level and a rooftop deck. The building will feature rear decks on the first and second floors as well as a connecting metal egress stair.
This week a groundbreaking ceremony was held for The Saint Grand at 535 N St Clair Street in Streeterville. With Mavrek Development as the developer, the 238-foot-tall mixed-use structure will blend office space and 248 apartment units atop 45,000 square feet of commercial office space and 7,500 square feet of retail.
The Chicago City Council has approved the mixed-use redevelopment of 2222 S Michigan Avenue in the Motor Row District. Located just south of the intersection with E Cermak Road, the development will renovate an existing slim building that runs the full-length of the block to S Wabash Avenue. The team behind the work is developer Hudson Michigan Avenue LLC who has tapped local design firm FitzGerald and RTM Engineering Consultants on the project which will be called Hudson Motor Row.
A demolition permit has been issued to remove a two-story multi-unit residence located at 1952 W Morse Avenue in the Rogers Park neighborhood. The permit’s owner has been listed as Ilya Pisarenko. Pisarenko applied to have the property site rezoned to RS-3 designation and split the existing lot into two zoning lots where two single-family residences would be allowed. An earlier permit was also submitted and issued for the removal of an existing coach house on the lot.
Updated renderings and plans have been revealed for the redevelopment of Soldier Field in Museum Campus. Built in 1924, the famed structure is approaching its 100-year birthday on the cusp of another complete overhaul similar to the one it received in the early 2000s. The proposal has been in the works for a while now as the city tries to retain the Chicago Bears who are planning to move to Arlington Heights and create their own entertainment complex on the old racetrack grounds.