A permit was approved on Friday for a new three-story residential building to be located at 5830 N Lincoln Avenue in the West Ridge neighborhood. The owner is listed as 5830 N Lincoln LLC and plans indicate this project will yield nine total units along with a basement level and a paved lot with 11 parking spots. The plans also indicate the presence of a rooftop deck with enclosed stair access. The development will replace a paved lot.
Work on the northern garage section is now underway for the Rush University‘s new Joan and Paul Rubschlager cancer and neurosciences building. The 10-story project lies at 1520 W Harrison Street, located in Little Italy directly along the border with the Illinois Medical District. Connecting these two districts over Ashland Avenue, the facility will be linked to Rush University’s main medical building via a pedestrian skybridge.
Rezoning has been approved by the Chicago City Council for a new mixed-use development at 2913 W Belmont Avenue in Avondale. Replacing a single-story home, the lot is near the intersection of W Belmont Avenue and N Francisco Avenue and is being privately developed. The existing home is popular with neighbors with its deep setbacks creating the rare front yard in the city that frames the ivy-covered three-flat next door.
A permit was approved yesterday for a new two-story residential building to be located at 2442 W Division Street in the West Town neighborhood. The owner is listed as Mahesz Erukulla with plans that indicate this project will feature two units, a metal porch, and a rooftop deck. The permit also indicates the presence of a separate frame garage on site. The lot is currently vacant.
Extended funding for the redevelopment of the remaining parcels of the former Cabrini-Green homes has been approved by the Community Development Commission in Near North Side. The first of the two separate vacant parcels just west of downtown, sits north on the corner of N Larrabee Street and N Clybourn Avenue, replacing the recently demolished Near North Career High School. The second parcel just south of the first sits on the northeast corner of W Division Street and N Halstead Street next to a Target that was developed on former housing property as well.