The Chicago City Council has approved the rezoning for a new medical building and future expansion at 1400 W Harrison Street in the Illinois Medical District. Bound by W Harrison Street to the south, S Loomis Street to the east, and the Eisenhower Expressway to the north, the building continues the mass expansion of the Rush University Medical Center. This second phase of construction leaves one last approved expansion pad on the land that used to hold student housing, while also extending the campus east a full city block.
A permit has been issued for a new two-story residential building located at 1829 W Berenice Avenue in the North Center neighborhood. The owner is listed as Scott Stephen and the plans indicate this project will feature two total dwelling units, a basement level, and an attached rooftop deck. There will also be three on-site parking spots. The project will replace an existing structure.
Metal paneling continues to enshroud the six-story office building at 1525 N Elston Avenue in West Town. Developed by Property Adventures Corp, the boutique project encompasses 18,000 square feet, with office space divided between five suites on the second through sixth floors.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the rezoning of an existing residential building at 141 W Oak Street in the Near North Side. Developer Morningside South Affordable LLC will lead the renovation of the existing structure now that rezoning has been approved. Bound by W Oak Street to the north, N LaSalle Drive to the east, and N Wells Street to the west, the white clad tower will see all of its existing units rehabbed in preparation of future leasing.
A permit was approved yesterday for a new three-story residential building at 2651 W Augusta Boulevard in the West Town neighborhood. The owner is listed as William Tsourapas and the plans indicate this project will feature three total dwelling units, a basement level, and a rear garage. The lot is currently vacant.