Structural work has reached full height for a four-story mixed-use development at 4410 N Clark Street in Uptown. Developed by Stan Bernshteyn, the construction will yield ground-level retail and 25 apartments on the upper floors. The new construction is formerly the site of a one-story masonry building.
Permits were approved this week for a new four-story residential building planned by Full Circle Communities Inc, located at 6009 W Lawrence Avenue in Portage Park. The developer’s plans comprise of 22 total dwellings, ground-floor amenity space, and a rear parking lot with 21 parking spaces and one loading zone. The construction is set to replace a vacant grass lot, so no additional demolition permits are needed.
The National Parks service has opened The Pullman National Monument, Chicago’s first National Monument at 11001 S Cottage Grove Avenue in Pullman. Opening ceremonies for the complex took place over Labor Day weekend, a holiday which traces its origins back to the workers that made the Pullman Company into a passenger rail juggernaut with its iconic sleeper cars. The new monument is expected to attract over 300,000 yearly visitors and bring a major economic impact to the growing neighborhood.
Construction permits have been issued for a new three-story, three-unit residential development at 6508 S Ingleside Avenue in Woodlawn. The owner and developer, filed under GA Roslyn LLC, has also planned for the building to include a rear open metal porch spanning the full height and three parking spaces. The new construction will replace a formerly vacant lot.