Demolition is around halfway complete for the six-story ADM Wheat Mill at 1300 W Carroll Avenue in West Loop. Sterling Bay had bought the property for $25 million in 2018 once the previous owner, ADM Milling Co, decided to move its production facility to Mendota.
The Permit Review Committee, a subcommittee of the Commission on Chicago Landmarks, has approved the reconstruction of the Lawrence CTA L Station. Located in the Uptown Square District, the development is part of the CTA’s Red-Purple Modernization (RPM) project. The current station is located along W Lawrence Avenue between N Clifton Avenue and N Winthrop Avenue in Uptown.
Permits have been issued for a three-story addition at Sullivan High School, located at 6631 N Bosworth Avenue in Rogers Park.
The Chicago City Council has approved a mixed-use development at 140 N Ashland Avenue in the Near West Side. Located at the intersection of N Ashland Avenue and W Lake Street, the project site is across from Union Park. The existing structure on the site is the current home of the Women’s Treatment Center, who will be downsizing their operation and moving out of the building. Marquette Companies is the developer behind the proposal.
Construction has concluded for City Club Apartments MDA Phase II, a seven-story mixed-use building at 60 E Benton Place in The Loop. The project serves as an addition to City Club Apartments‘ existing 24-story tower, spearheaded by the rental chain’s CEO Jonathan Holtzman. At just under 100 feet to its pinnacle, the connected structure will house a mix of ground-floor retail and 81 apartments.