The 16-story bioscience and biotechnology building known as Fulton Labs is approaching completion at 400 N Aberdeen near the northern end of the Fulton Market District. The 275-foot edifice serves as the second installation in the larger Fulton Labs campus plan, the first of which was a 14-story office building several blocks southwest at 1375 W Fulton.
The Committee on Zoning has approved rezoning for a new mixed-use development at 1754 W Addison Street in Roscoe Village. The project will replace a small shopping plaza and two multi-unit residential buildings on the corner of N Ravenswood Avenue and W Addison Street. Rezoning the lot from a commercial and single-family housing designation to a community shopping district will allow developer 3601 N Ravenswood LLC to proceed with their permitting process.
A permit was approved on Friday for a new three-story residential building to be located at 2457 N Racine Avenue in the Lincoln Park neighborhood. The owner is listed as EZMB LLC with plans that include front decks on all levels and rear porches on the second and third levels. The rear stairs will continue up to an enclosed rooftop deck. The building will include a basement-level three-car garage, the roof of which will house a second deck. The building will replace a previous structure.
New plans have been presented to the Committee on Design for a residential development at 210 N Morgan Street in West Loop. Local developer New Castle, who owns and operates various area projects such as popular Green Street Alley is behind the project with Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture handling design. Bound by alleys to the north and south, the site is currently partially occupied by a vacant one-story building and a parking lot; it also sits south of the recently completed 1001 W Fulton Street.
As facade work enters its final leg, glass installation is now underway for the University of Illinois’ new medical building in the Illinois Medical District. Known as the UI Health Outpatient Surgery Center & Specialty Clinics, the six-story facility will offer more than 200,000 square feet of programming.