A final landmark recommendation has been made by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks for the Epworth Church at 5153 N Kenmore Avenue in Edgewater. Located south of the intersection with W Berwyn Avenue near Foster Beach, the structure’s landmark efforts were set off due to a demolition permit applied for last year by an undisclosed developer. Now the commission has recommended the approval of its landmark status to the church and adjoining community house.
A new residential development has received a permit at 1656 N Dayton Street in Lincoln Park. The project will be a three-story, three-unit masonry building with a basement and private roof deck. The listed owner of the project is Mateuz Bachula, whose plans will replace a former brick residence.
Digital Realty has presented a modified proposal for a data center at 321 E 21st Street, situated at the intersection of 21st & Calumet in South Loop. This project will occupy a currently empty plot next to the developer’s functioning data center at 350 E Cermak Road.
A preliminary plan has been revealed for the future of the Mars Wrigley factory at 2019 N Oak Park Avenue in Galewood. Located on the intersection with W Armitage Avenue within the greater residential neighborhood, the factory dates back to 1929 and has seen multiple expansions over the years completing two others within the greater metro area. Now Mars is working with local residents to decide the fate of the massive multi-acre site.
A construction permit has been issued for a new three-story residential building at 1726 W Cullerton Street in Heart of Chicago. Developed by Conrad Sienkiewicz, the project will comprise three dwelling units, a basement, and a rooftop deck accompanied by a rooftop stairway enclosure. Other features mentioned in the filing description include a three-story open rear egress stair with rear decks, front access steps, and open rear access stairs leading from the rear yard. Additionally, this property will accommodate three off-street parking spaces.