Structural work has progressed to the fifth level at 812 W Adams Street in West Loop, where a new seven-story mixed-use development by Luxe Suites Chicago is under construction. Upon completion, the development will feature 80 for-rent apartments and 4,200 square feet of retail, replacing the three low-rise buildings that previously occupied the southernmost part of the block.
A new construction permit was issued for a new three-story residential building located at 1426 W School Street in the Lake View neighborhood. The permit’s owners have been listed as Coen Construction. Plans show that this will be a two-unit masonry building with a basement. There will also be a detached two-vehicle garage with a roof deck. The permit lists Michael S Cox as the architect of record. No renderings have been made public.
In second place in Chicago’s year-end countdown is 1000M, a 74-story residential skyscraper in South Loop. The 788-foot-tall tower is now rapidly ascending and beginning to leave its mark on the south end of the Chicago skyline. The joint project between JK Equities, Time Equities, and Oak Capitals promises to consist of a total of 738 rental units located at 1000 S Michigan Avenue.
Renovation permits have been issued for Medinah Temple in River North, where Bally’s has planned a temporary casino during the construction of its planned flagship location just west along the river. Originally designed by Huehl and Schmidt, the four-story structure at 600 N Wabash Avenue was built in 1912 in the Moorish Revival style.
A permit was approved on Tuesday for a new two-story residential building to be located at 22 N Parkside Avenue in the Austin neighborhood. Adam Zegarski of A-Z Builders Inc is listed as the owner and the published plans show this project will produce three dwelling units, each outfitted with a rear metal porch. Plans also show the presence of three outdoor parking stalls. The project will be constructed on a vacant lot.