A permit was approved last week for a new three-story residential building at 4723 N Winthrop Avenue in the Uptown neighborhood. The owner is listed as Wentworth 39 LLC, and the current plans indicate this project will yield four dwelling units, one of which will be a penthouse. The building will also have a finished basement, a rooftop deck, and a detached four-vehicle garage. The lot is currently vacant.
Demolition work has now begun for the five-story Cassidy Tires building, located at 344 N Canal Street in Fulton River District. The masonry edifice will be replaced by a 33-story mixed-use tower, under development by The Habitat Company and Diversified Real Estate Capital LLC. Just north of the Metra tracks, the project will yield a total of 343 for-rent units atop ground-level retail.
Initial details have been revealed for a mixed-use development at 2419 N Lincoln Avenue in Lincoln Park. Located on the six-way intersection with N Halsted Street and W Fullerton Parkway, the new structure will replace a small privately-owned Julia Porter Park that was open to the public. The project comes from developer Mike Breheny who is working with local architects Studio Dwell on the masonry-clad building.
A permit was approved yesterday for a new two-story residential building at 2658 W Maypole Avenue in the East Garfield Park neighborhood. The owner of the permit is listed as Nadeya Khalil, and the current plans indicate this project will yield two units. This will be a masonry build with a two-story open-frame porch at the rear. The permits also specify that new electric and water service will be included in the build. The lot is currently vacant.
Preservation Chicago has released its yearly list of the most endangered buildings in Chicago for 2022 spanning multiple neighborhoods. In its 20th year, the list outlines eight buildings at risk for demolition in the city that contribute towards the architectural legacy seven of the city announced by the director of Preservation Chicago Ward Miller.