The Chicago City Council has approved the Regal Mile Studios development located at 7700 S Stony Island Avenue in South Shore. The large triangular site is bound by S Stony Island Avenue to the east, E 77th Street to the north, and S Chicago Avenue to the southwest. Formerly the home of a Kmart, the almost seven-acre parcel now sits vacant. Regal Mile Ventures LLC is the developer behind the project, composed of Loop Capital and Derek Dudley, a producer of Showtime’s The Chi series.
Construction permits have been issued for eight three-story townhomes located at 4148-62 W Cullom Avenue in Old Irving Park. 4300 Kedvale LLC is the filing owner, whose plans for each home include a two-car garage at the first floor, a rear balcony on the second floor, and a rooftop deck and stair enclosure. The development will replace a former church building located with the address 4320 N Kedvale Avenue.
Since last month’s update, structural work has topped out for 1400 W Randolph Street, a 282-foot tall mixed-use high rise at the western edge of Fulton Market in West Loop. Marquette Companies is the developer of the 26-story project, with plans for 278 rental units and 10,000 square feet of retail at its ground floor.
Chicago City Council has approved the Roosevelt Square Phase 3B Development located in the Near West Side. Located as part of the larger Roosevelt Square plan, the project is part of the redevelopment of the former CHA ABLA Homes. Spread across four parcels, the sites include 1002 Racine Avenue, 1257 W Roosevelt Road, 1357 W Roosevelt Road, and 925 S Ada Street. Related Midwest is the developer behind the entire plan, partnering with the Chicago Housing Authority.
Construction permits have been issued for a four-story apartment building at the site of Lincoln Square‘s 5042 N Western Avenue, which is currently occupied by a two-story frame residence.