Permits have been issued for the renovation of the Double Door Theater at 1050 W Wilson Avenue in Uptown. Located just east of the intersection with N Broadway, the famed nightclub will be finally relocating from its previous Wicker Park location. The project is being led by Double Down Development with local architecture firm Barker Nestor working on its design.
The City of Chicago has issued permits for a new project at 2019 South Throop Street in Pilsen. The project, which has a budget of $550,000, was approved on January 16, and will involve the construction of a three-story residential building with a basement and roof deck above the third floor.
Financing has been secured and the tower crane permit has now been issued for the first phase of 400 N Lake Shore Drive in Streeterville. The project was originally revealed in 2018 and has seen multiple revisions prior to now, with the new tower replacing the long-term vacant site and hole left behind by the Chicago Spire. The two-phase development is being led by Related Midwest with architecture-firm SOM working on its design.
Facade and balcony installation are edging closer to completion for a four-story residential development at 3449 N Ashland Avenue in Lake View. Marking the third and final phase of a comprehensive project, this stage replaces the historic 97-year-old Loyola Press building. Representing the culmination of a three-part development, this phase is a collaboration between Contemporary Concepts Inc as the developer and Studio Dwell Architects for the design.
An interior renovation project has commenced at 1945 West Augusta Boulevard in East Village, with plans to revitalize five dwelling units within the existing three-story masonry building with a basement at the address. The self-certified…