Permits were issued Tuesday for a new three-story residential building with a garage at 2017 W Crystal Street in West Town. The lot is currently occupied by a one-story single-family home. The owner is listed as The Alverna Group and plans indicate that the project will include two total units, a basement level, a rooftop deck with pergolas, front and rear decks, and a detached two-vehicle garage with its own rooftop deck. The property site is currently occupied by a masonry building.
Structural work has reached the ninth floor at 920 N Wells Street, a 21-story mixed-use building in Near North Side. Developed by JDL, who recently completed the nearby One Chicago, this new edifice is the first piece of a much larger $1.3 billion plan known as North Union. The four-year plan will span across several blocks of land formerly owned by the Moody Bible Institute.
Work is concluding on a new residential redevelopment at 1444 W Augusta Boulevard in Noble Square. Located west of the intersection with N Noble Street near the exit of the Kennedy Expressway, the project consisted of redeveloping the existing Peabody School building which closed under the Rahm years. Developer Svigos Asset Management is behind the work at the property as well as the conversion of the Motley School down the street, both of which required extensive restoration work and became Chicago landmarks during the process.
A permit was approved early this week for a new three-story residential building at 1424 E 66th Place in the Woodlawn neighborhood. The owner is listed as Woodlawn Station LLC, and the current plans indicate this project will yield three total dwelling units with an open rear staircase as well as a rear concrete patio. The project will also feature a three-vehicle parking pad at the rear. The lot is currently vacant.
The Chicago Zoning Board of Approvals has approved a new residential development at 1010 W Madison Street in the West Loop. Located just north of the intersection with N Morgan Street, the project going by the name of Momad will replace a vacant parking lot and bring new for-sale condominiums to the growing area. Developer Fulton Street Companies is behind the project along with local architecture firm SCB who is working on the design, both companies with an extensive history in premium Chicago projects.