The Commission on Chicago Landmarks has approved the preliminary landmark recommendation for the Halsted-Willow Group. Located in Lincoln Park, the designation includes four buildings located at 1732 N Halsted Street, 1727-1733 N Halsted Street, and 1800 N Halsted Street. These buildings are all placed at the intersection of N Halsted Street and W Willow Street.
Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building at 1119 W Newport Avenue, located near the center of Lake View. The owner, filed under 1121 W Newport LLC, is planning a masonry structure that will contain a total of three dwelling units. The project will also include a basement, a rooftop stairway enclosure, a rear open deck/porch, and a three-car garage.
Exterior cladding is climbing the final floors of Onni Group‘s Old Town Park Phase Three, located at 228 W Hill Street in Near North Side. With a pinnacle of 447 feet, the mixed-use tower ranks as the 20th tallest recent development in Chicago.
With approval from the Community Development Commission, the Chicago Department of Planning & Development has issued four Request for Proposals for sites across neighborhoods in southern and western Chicago, as part of the INVEST South/West initiative. The four sites are located in Bronzeville, North Lawndale, New City, and South Chicago.
Foundation permits have been issued for a three-story daycare center at 2745 N Lincoln Avenue in Lincoln Park. Filed under the owner Kensington Lincoln Park Building LLC, the commercial development will occupy the site of a previously demolished trio of masonry structures. Details regarding the size of the building footprint and its square footage are not currently known. However, the parcel’s zoning designation allows for a floor area ratio of up to 2.2, meaning that the total building’s floor space may be up to 2.2 times that of the site itself.