The Chicago City Council has approved a mixed-use development located at 2139-2159 W Pershing Road in McKinley Park. Located in the historic Central Manufacturing District, the site is located along W Pershing Road between S Leavitt Street and S Hamilton Avenue. McKinley Park is directly across the street from the subject property. Code RE Partners and the Hispanic Housing Development Corporation are the developers behind the project.
Construction permits have been issued for a three-story multi-unit residential development penned for 3937 S Indiana Avenue located in Bronzeville. With Scott Allbright as the listed owner, the new building will house a total of three dwellings and a detached garage. The development is set to replace a currently vacant grass lot.
Yesterday, the Chicago City Council approved a new zoning ordinance to upzone the property occupied by the Thompson Center, potentially clearing the way for a much taller development. Located at 100 W Randolph Street in The Loop, the 17-story government building was listed for sale earlier this month as the state has begun dispersing its downtown offices to other locations. One such location is the 429,000-square-foot 555 W Monroe Street, where nearly a third of the 3,400 state government employees have relocated.
Plans have been revealed for a proposed mixed-use development at 1320 W Fullerton Avenue in Lincoln Park. Located midblock between N Surrey Court and N Southport Avenue, the large rectangular parcel stretches from W Fullerton Avenue through to W Altgeld Street. The property is currently home to the Lakeshore Sport and Fitness Center, which will be retained on site. Lakeshore Sport and Fitness is in charge of the project.
Construction permits have been issued for a three-floor residential building located at 4244 S Wabash Avenue in Bronzeville. James Nahon is the owner for this project, whose filing description includes plans for three total units and a detached garage. The development is set to replace a formerly vacant grass parcel.