Demolition permits have been issued for a two-story masonry commercial building located at 210 W Chestnut Street in Near North Side. While the permits were issued for 210 W Chestnut Street, the upcoming building address will be 232 W Chestnut Street. This permit is part of a wave of demolitions meant to make way for the upcoming North Union development led by JDL Development.
The basement level of the University of Illinois Chicago’s new computer science building can be seen taking shape at 900 W Taylor Street in Little Italy. The five-story structure, known as the Computer Design Research and Learning Center, will attach to UIC’s existing Science and Engineering Labs building while adding 135,000 square feet of new programming.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the residential development planned for 640 W Irving Park Road in Uptown. As previously reported, the redevelopment efforts are led by KGiles LLC and CA Ventures. The development is located at the site of the former Immaculata High School between W Irving Park Road and W Bittersweet Place.
Permits were issued last week for a two-story residential building to be located at 6106 N Hermitage Avenue in Edgewater. The building’s permit owner has been listed as Miroslav Zivojnovic. The property site is currently occupied by a frame residence.
As excavation work wraps up for the new 12-story apartment building at 140 N Ashland Avenue in Near West Side, Marquette Companies is preparing to begin construction on the new mixed-use development. The new building will be integrated with a 1920s-era five-story masonry building directly south, yielding a total of 210 apartments atop ground-level retail. The development will yield at a minimum 10 percent on-site affordable units, with a remaining five percent either on site or off site.