Construction for a new mixed-use development at 1043 N Rush Street in Near North Side is now above grade. The two-story project, led by L3 Capital, has enlisted GREC Architects for its design. The exterior will have tan brick cladding, dark metal accents, and arched street-level bays.
The city has approved a construction permit for a one-story residential building at 2651 W 83rd Place in Wrightwood. The six-bedroom / 2.5-bath project will be an ADA-compliant, community-integrated living arrangement (CLIA) for Envision Unlimited, a service provider for individuals with disabilities.
The mixed-use tower at 741 N Wells Street in River North is nearing the end of its construction phase, with the last of the facade installation now underway. Developed by Vista Property, the 21-story building spans 201,000 square feet and will feature 168 apartments atop 4,000 square feet of ground-level retail.
Caisson permits have been issued for the residential development at 438 W Saint James Place in Lincoln Park. Located near the intersection with N Lakeview Avenue and replacing an existing two-flat, the project was originally proposed in mid-2022 and since then has gone through a major redesign. Developer St. James Interest, LLC is behind the project with local firm Hirsch MPG working on its current design.
A permit has been issued for a renovation at 1417 N Wicker Park Avenue in Wicker Park. The project entails exterior facade repair and restoration of an existing two-story residential building with two dwelling units. There will be no interior alterations, and there’s no change in occupancy, use, or area, as indicated by the permit’s description.