A demolition permit was issued on Friday for a one-story masonry residence located at 1222 W 98th Street in the Washington Heights neighborhood. The permit’s owners have been listed as A City Suburban Services Inc.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the mixed-use development at 3201 W 31st Street in Little Village. Dubbed the Focal Point Campus, the massive project will be anchored by a new facility for Saint Anthony Hospital and is located just southwest of the intersection with S Kedzie Avenue. Developer Chicago Southwest Development Corporation has partnered with local firm HDR Architecture on the 30-acre, $600 million complex.
The planned Northwestern Medicine Advanced Outpatient Care Center has officially broken ground at 4445 W Irving Park Road in Old Irving Park. With permits issued late last year and foundation and excavating work having already begun, this new four-story medical facility will occupy the full block bound by W Irving Park Road, N Kenneth Avenue, a rear alley, and N Kilbourn Avenue.
A local sculptor from the Ravenswood neighborhood is gaining city-wide attention for her quirky and precise replicas. Dubbed by some in the arts community as “the Bungalow Lady,” Katie Lauffenburger has been turning heads and stealing hearts with her unique constructions. Lauffenburger crafts from the freshly founded Wonder City Studio where she is building one-of-a-kind 10-inch replicas of Chicago homes.
Along Milwaukee Avenue in Portage Park, brick and glass is undergoing installation for the 10-story Clarendale Six Corners, a mixed-use residential and retail development by Ryan Companies, LCS, and Harrison Street Real Estate Capital. Under the address 4715 W Irving Park Road, the new building will house 18,000 square feet of ground-level mercantile space, 258 senior living apartments, and an array of integrated amenities.