The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the updated mixed-use development proposal at 1150 W Lake Street in the West Loop. Flanking W Lake Street the project scope includes two properties. The southern property is L-shaped and bound by W Lake Street, N May Street, W Randolph Street, and N Racine Avenue, with two buildings at the corner of W Randolph Street and N Racine Avenue not included in this parcel. The northern lot is bound by W Lake Street, N May Street, N Racine Avenue, and a public alley. Formerly the site of Amylu Foods, the new construction will demolish existing buildings on the southern portion and replace the vacant lot within the northern portion. LG Development Group is the developer behind the proposal.
Exterior walls have climbed another level for 15 N Elizabeth Street near the western edge of West Loop. The underway five-story condominium building is a three-part effort under the name 15 N Elizabeth LLC, which consists of Ranquist Development Group, Jodi Development, and Campbell Coyle.
Construction permits have been issued for a new three-story residential building at 4101 S Prairie Avenue in Bronzeville. Filed under the owner James Nahon, the three-dwelling project will also feature a detached garage and replace a portion of a large grass plot. The other half of this parcel will be occupied by a similar-scale development with the address 4105 S Prairie Avenue. However, permits for this second building have not yet been issued.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the revised design for 1000M, a planned residential skyscraper at 1000 S Michigan Avenue in South Loop. Fronting S Michigan Avenue, the project site is an infill site between E 9th Street and E 11 Street. Currently a stalled construction site, the development already has caissons in the ground. Time Equities and JK Equities are the developers behind the project.
Conversion work is wrapping up for 910 W Randolph Street in the Fulton Market district. The listed owner Christian Chavez and occupying owner Stephen Wall are planning to transform the former two-story retail building into a new restaurant venue for Chicago’s third Velvet Taco. The current owners had bought the 4,600-square-foot structure in January 2020 for a reported cost of $1.75 million.