Terrain and landscaping work is taking shape at the foot of New Eastside‘s 83-story Aon Center, where the owner 601W Companies has planned for a major overhaul of the existing plaza and entry area. Located at 200 E Randolph Street, the nearly $7 million undertaking aims to provide a new public space that will serve as a gateway to the 1,136-foot tower, while acting as an extension of the adjacent Grant Park.
Permits were issued recently for a new three-story residential building at West Town‘s 2612 W Chicago Avenue, currently occupied by a one-story commercial building. Gerard Coyle is the owner, whose project scope will include six total units, a rooftop deck, and a detached six-car garage with its own rooftop deck.
Move-ins have begun for the completed AMLI 808, a 17-story mixed-use building at the corner of W Chicago Avenue and N Wells Street in Near North Side. AMLI is the developer of 808 N Wells Street, who has planned numerous other projects in Chicago such as the 49-story AMLI River North and AMLI Lofts in South Loop.
The Chicago City Council has approved city financing for Casa Durango, an affordable housing development in Pilsen. Located at 1850 S Racine Avenue, the corner property fronts S Racine Avenue and W 19th Street. The Resurrection Project is the developer behind the project.
Construction permits have been issued for a three-floor residential development set for 1335 W Walton Street in West Town. Rafal Salabaj is the filing owner, who plans three total units, each with front balconies. Other building features include a rooftop deck and stair enclosure and a three-car masonry garage. The new project will replace a two-story frame building and a detached garage.