Construction permits have now been approved for a three-story, three-unit residential development planned for Woodlawn‘s 6506 S Ingleside Avenue. The listed owner, GA Roslyn LLC, also plans for a three-story rear metal stairs and covered porch, as well as a three-car rear parking pad. The new construction will be adjacent to a second building located at 6508 S Ingleside Avenue, also planned by GA Roslyn LLC. Both structures will replace a vacant grass parcel.
Last week, Chicago YIMBY had the opportunity to step inside 800 Fulton, a 19-story office and retail building that recently completed construction in West Loop‘s Fulton Market District. Developed by Thor Equities alongside joint venture partner QuadReal, the 300-foot monolith at 800 W Fulton Market spans nearly half a million square feet, offering tenants column-free layouts, private terraces, and 13-foot floor spans. The lower three levels offer 35,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.
The Chicago Planning Commission has approved a new outpatient medical office building addition for the Swedish Hospital at 2826 W Foster Avenue in Lincoln Square. The Jensen & Halstead Architects-designed stand-alone building replaces a flat parking lot across the street from the existing hospital campus and hopes to serve the area’s nearly 41,000 residents.
Renovation permits have been approved for an existing three-story masonry building under the address 1840 W Augusta Boulevard in West Town. The alterations will comprise of an interior conversion from six to eight dwellings, as well as the construction of a new rear porch and basement slab. The permit ownership has been listed under the name “1840 W Augusta LLC Agent Gabe Horstick.”
Revised designs have been revealed for the two-tower project at 1112 W Carroll Avenue and 315 N May Street in the West Loop. ESG Architects presented the new plans along with developer Trammell Crow to the West Loop Community Organization; changes to the design were developed based on comments received during the inaugural meeting of the Committee on Design last month.