The Chicago City Council has approved the selling of land for the upcoming commercial development at 4731 S Cottage Grove Avenue in Grand Boulevard. Dubbed ‘The Grove Bronzeville’, the new project would replace an empty lot bound by E 47th Place to the north and E48th Street to the south. The project is being led by developers Millhouse and Syzygy Cities with Krueck Sexton Partners working on its design.
Foundation work has commenced on a new five-story residential building at 438 W St. James Place in Lincoln Park. Developed by St. James Interest LLC, the project will house four condominium units, each with four bedrooms. Originally planned as a 10-story structure, the design was scaled back in response to community feedback and the limitations posed by the 33-foot-wide site.
A new residential development has been approved at 1317 West Wrightwood Avenue in Wrightwood, with construction permits issued on January 25. The construction project, with a budget of $1,000,000, plans to build a four-story building…
A new 15-story hotel at 1016 W Lake Street, Fulton Market, has been approved by the Plan Commission. Cogswell Realty and Erol Stapleton bought the site for $6.6 million, and are planning 143 hotel rooms, which is an increase from the originally planned count of 130. The ground level will house a lobby and a small commercial space, with the second and third levels designated for amenities. A 3,400 square-foot sky-lounge with an outdoor deck is planned for the top floor.
Details have been revealed for a mixed-use development at 801 S Western Avenue in Tri-Taylor. Located on the southeast corner with W Polk Street, the new structure would replace an existing surface parking lot near the Illinois Medical District. The proposal is being led by 4Corners LLC and designed by local architecture firm Kennedy Mann.