Demolition has begun for 1150 W Lake Street in Fulton Market District, where LG Development Group has planned for a major mixed-use development. Straddling the elevated CTA’s elevated tracks, the two-tower scheme includes an 18-story building at the northern end replacing, as well as a 29-story building the southern end. The shorter edifice will be replacing a formerly vacant lot, while the taller tower will replace multiple single-story masonry buildings that are now being removed.
The Chicago City Council has approved the redevelopment project at 5200 W Chicago Avenue in Austin. As previously reported by YIMBY, the Heartland Housing Alliance and Oak Park Regional Housing Center have planned an ambitious mixed-use project at the site. With the final hurdle completed, Valerio Dewalt Train Associates, who are heading the residential build of the development, can take steps toward construction including filing the necessary permitting.
A permit was issued on Thursday for a new two-story residential building, located at 3576 W Wabansia Avenue in Humboldt Park. The owner is listed as Key Development Group LLC. The new construction will be replacing a vacant lot with a two-unit masonry build with a basement. The permit also indicates the presence of rear balconies, a roof deck, and a detached two-car garage at the rear of the property site.
A full construction permit has been issued for 311 W Huron Street, paving the way for a new 15-story mixed-use building in River North. Under development by North Wells Capital, the primarily office high rise will serve as the second phase in the developer’s “Verso” assemblage. Earlier this spring, the market research company Spins signed an anchor tenant lease for 48,000 square feet within the top three office floors.
The Golf Mill Shopping Center, a mainstay in Niles, Illinois, was built in the 1960s, and has been a subject of potential redevelopment since 2018. Niles residents have expressed a continued interest in redeveloping the mall, and that interest has paid off.