A new permit has been issued for a new three-story residential building located at 7754 N Sheridan Road in the Rogers Park neighborhood. The permit’s owners have been listed as Siraj Patel and plans indicate that the scope of the project will include three total units, an unfinished basement, and a detached, three-vehicle garage. This construction will be joining the existing constructions at Lakeview Pointe.
Structural work has surpassed the 300-foot mark for the 43-story mixed-use tower at 900 W Randolph Street in Fulton Market. Upon its completion in 2024, the skyscraper will be the second tallest in the broader West Loop district at a height of 495 feet, with 727 W Madison surpassing it by just a foot. Co-developers Related Midwest and Tucker Development planned for 300 for-rent apartment units atop a ground-floor retail component.
The Chicago City Council has approved the mixed-use development planned at 210 N Morgan Street in the West Loop. The developer on the project is New Castle and they’ve brought this project to fruition with help from Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture. The multi-level building will make a striking addition to the rapidly developing neighborhood.
Permits were issued yesterday for a new residential build located at 1547 N Wieland Street in the Old Town neighborhood. The permit owner is listed as Western Development Group. The four-story development will comprised eight units and a below-grade basement parking garage. Plans show that there will be front balconies on the second through fourth stories as well as rear metal porches on all levels. There will be an outdoor stair that will extend to a rooftop deck and enclosure. The site is currently a parking lot. The developers have a twin construction at 1543 N Wieland Street.
The John Buck Company has proposed a major two-tower office development at 655 W Madison Street, set to replace a full-block surface parking lot in West Loop Gate. The development will be staggered, beginning with the taller of the two towers. This first tower will stand 36 stories and span 850,000 square feet. The subsequent shorter tower will encompass 650,000 square feet and link to the taller edifice via a shared five-story podium. In an emerging pattern of new West Loop green space, the podium will be topped by a sprawling one-acre urban park.