Construction permits have been issued for a new one-story masonry retail strip at 2414-18 W Roosevelt Road in Tri-Taylor. Owned and developed by Jerry Tufano, the project will house a currency exchange at 2414 W Roosevelt Road and a retail space at 2418 W Roosevelt Road. The property is home to a currently vacant lot that once house a three-story masonry building, which was torn down about one decade ago.
Initial details have been revealed for a new community center at 6020 S King Drive in Washington Park. Located on the intersection with E 60th Street on the southwest corner of Washington Park itself, the Sunshine Community Center will consume the majority of a vacant block with the exception of a structure at its southern end. The project is being developed by Sunshine Gospel Ministries who is working with Civic Projects Architecture and the Chicago Neighborhood Initiatives.
Facade work has commenced for a five-story mixed-use building at 1135 W Winona Street in Uptown. This edifice is part of a two-part development phase known as “The Draper” by Cedar St. Companies. Both buildings will stand five stories and featuring a combination of ground-level retail spaces and 180 residential units in total, comprised of 168 apartments and 12 townhomes.
A permit has been issued for a new three-story, four-unit residential building in Bucktown. Located at 2329 W Fullerton Avenue, the project is being developed under the name 2327 Fullerton LLC. The site is currently a vacant lot.
Inspired by Curbed Chicago’s 2019 article on the West Loop’s skyline transformation, today YIMBY will be diving into an extensive update on the numerous developments taking shape in the Fulton Market area. As these projects continue to evolve, we’ll be updating this article for those who wish to refer back to it later or explore these developments in 3D via Rebar Radar.