Permits have been filed for a three-story building at 914 W Webster Avenue in Lincoln Park. The interior lot is located along W Webster Avenue between N Bissell Street and N Fremont Street. The nearest public transportation is the 37 CTA bus accessed at the Webster and Bissell stop at the end of the block. The Fullerton CTA L station, serviced by the Brown, Purple, and Red Lines, is a six-minute walk away. The site is also within a five-minute walk of N Halsted Street, W Armitage Avenue, and W Fullerton Parkway, three busy commercial and retail corridors. Webster 914 LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications, reporting the development cost as $250,000.
Permits were filed this week for a four-story mixed-use building at 3056 N Lincoln Avenue in Lake View. Located near the intersection of N Lincoln Avenue and W Barry Avenue, the lot sits amongst a corridor of retail, restaurants, and other commercial buildings. Nearby transit includes a four-minute walk north to bus route 77’s Belmont & Greenview stop, as well as a six-minute walk west to route 9’s Ashland & Wellington stop. CTA transit access includes an 11-minute walk northwest to Paulina station and a 13-minute walk northeast to Southport station, both serviced by the Brown Line.
Permits have been filed for two adjacent two-story residential buildings at 611 and 613 N Central Avenue in Austin. The interior lots are located along N Central Avenue between W Ohio Street and W Huron Street. The nearest public transportation is the 85 CTA bus accessed at the Central and Ohio stop at the end of the block. The Central CTA L station serviced by the Green Line is the nearest stop, a six-minute walk away. The site is also within a five-minute walk of W Chicago Avenue, a busy commercial and retail corridor. Adam Zegarski is listed as the owner behind the applications, reporting the development cost as $500,000 per building.
YIMBY has updated pictures for the new condominiums being integrated into the former Chicago Tribune headquarters at 435 N Michigan Avenue on Magnificent Mile. The iconic 36-story, 470-foot-tall tower was completed in 1925 after its architects John Mead Howells and Raymond Hood won the 260-entry competition to design as beautiful an office building as possible, hosted by the Tribune paper itself.