Demolition permits have been issued for a two-story frame residence located at 4055 N Albany Avenue in Irving Park. The permit filing owner is listed as Hermitage View LLC. The property has RS-3 zoning and the neighborhood provides a mix of lower-density residential single-family homes and two-flat constructions.
Number seven in the year-end countdown is the 33-story mixed-use tower prepping to rise at 344 N Canal Street in Fulton River District. The Habitat Company and Diversified Real Estate Capital LLC are behind the 375-foot-tall structure, located on the former site of the five-story Cassidy Tire building. The high rise replacement, dubbed “Cassidy on Canal”, will provide 343 apartments on its upper floors, with ground-floor retail space available as well.
Details have been revealed for a new school and dormitory at 6801 N California Avenue in West Ridge on the Far North Side. Located on the corner with W Pratt Boulevard not too far from the famed W Devon Avenue strip, the new school is being built by the Lubavitch Mesivta of Chicago and replacing an existing one-story strip mall recently purchased to be torn down. The Mesivta, or secondary school, is working with a local architect to construct the Yeshiva building, or school building.
A permit was issued yesterday for a new four-story mixed-use building to be located at 2487 North Milwaukee Avenue in the Logan Square neighborhood. The owners are listed as Development Group and plans indicate this project will result in six total units and retail on the first floor. There will be rear porches on the second through fourth floors. For parking, there will be a one-vehicle garage on the first-floor level and a detached two-vehicle garage with its own roof deck. This development will replace a parking lot.
Quickly rising into the 8th place of this year’s countdown is the mixed-use tower at 160 N Morgan Street in the West Loop. Located just north of famed W Randolph Street in the growing neighborhood, the project recently had its first pieces of facade installed as it grows next to neighborhood stalwart Federales who just announced a Logan Square outpost. Developer Sterling Bay partnered with the Colorado-based equity firm Ascentris, both of which are also working on the 11th place of the countdown 225 N Elizabeth nearby, with bKL Architecture leading the design.