A permit was issued earlier this week for a new three-story residential building, located at 3328 N Clifton Avenue in Lake View. The owner is listed as 3328 N Clifton LLC. The property will house a total of three apartments. There will be a basement and a private roof deck with stair access. The property will also have a three-vehicle garage. There is an existing masonry structure at the project site. No demolition permits have been filed.
Initial details have been revealed for the potential sports and entertainment complex for the Chicago Bears at 2200 Euclid Avenue in Arlington Heights. Located just south of the intersection of Highway 14 and 53, the proposal will replace the now-closed Arlington International Racecourse if the team chooses to pursue its departure from Soldier Field downtown. The Bears and their soon retiring president Ted Phillips are working with San Francisco-based architects Hart Howerton on the conceptual masterplan.
This week, an initial caisson permit was issued for a 12-story mixed-income residential tower in Near West Side. Located at 145 N Damen Avenue, the building has been dubbed “Westhaven Park IID” to reflect its status as Phase II Part D of the broader Westhaven Park masterplan. The multi-stage development has been planned by Brinshore Development and The Michaels Organization, replacing the former Henry Horner Homes that once occupied the site.
A permit was issued on Tuesday for a new three-story residential building, located at 2850 N Racine Avenue in Lake View. The owner is listed as Breda Ryan. The property will house three total apartments, a basement, a private first-floor deck, and front balconies across levels two and three. The property will also have a detached three-vehicle garage with its own roof deck. There is an existing frame house at the project site, however no demolition permits have yet been filed.
Full building permits have been issued for the remaining half of the mixed-use development at 2653 N Clark Street in Lincoln Park. The new project will redevelop the existing Covent Hotel and build a new addition on its surface parking lot at 537 W Drummond Place which received the approval. Local developer Drummond Development has partnered with architecture firm Brininstool + Lynch on the design and restoration while working with the National Historic Preservation Foundation (NHP) on the latter.