The Chicago City Council has approved the mixed-use development dubbed NOMA across multiple lots in West Town. Consisting of a mix of adaptive re-use and new construction, the multi-phase project is generally bound by W Ohio Street to the north, W Hubbard Street to the south, N Halsted to the west, and N Des Plaines Street to the east. The team at Shapack Partners, who developed various West Loop properties, is partnering with architecture firms Chicago-based Eckenhoff Saunders and New York-based ODA on its design.
The City Council has approved a nine-story mixed-use development residing at 330 W Chestnut Street in the Near North Side. The 115-foot-tall edifice by Draper & Kramer and BlitzLake Partners will house a mix of 128 residential units alongs atop 2,620 square feet of ground-level retail.
Demolition permits were issued earlier this week to remove a three-story mixed-use building located at 3918 N Lincoln Avenue in the North Center neighborhood. The owner is listed as 3914 Lincoln LLC.
The 43-story mixed-use tower at 900 Randolph Street has officially reached its full height, making it the second tallest building in West Loop. Related Midwest has planned for two levels of retail and 300 rental units within this 495-foot-tall tower.
An updated completion date has been announced for the upcoming CTA Damen Green Line Station, located at 2001 W Lake Street in the Near West Side neighborhood. Located on the southwest corner with the namesake street of N Damen Avenue, the new structure replaces a vacant lot that was once densely packed and previously held a station. The Chicago Transit Authority is leading the project with local architecture firm Perkins & Will in charge of its design.