A permit was approved on Friday for a new three-story residential building to be located at 4745 S Michigan Avenue in the Grand Boulevard neighborhood. The owner is listed as GT Alternatives LLC and plans indicate this project will yield three total units. Additionally, the permits include a plan for three-car parking pad. The development will replace a previous structure.
Caisson drilling can be seen at the site of a new 23-story mixed-use building at 808 N Cleveland Avenue in Near North Side. The 284-foot-tall edifice will further expand Downtown’s density northwestward, given its location directly across Chicago Avenue from the northern edge of River North.
The Chicago Plan Committee has approved a new golf practice area at 3701 N Recreation Drive in Lake View. Located inside of Waveland Park behind the 1931 English Gothic style field house and carillon tower, the new outdoor facility is the second phase of a larger project which included renovations to the clubhouse. The course sits on land that belongs to the Chicago Park District‘s Sydney R. Marovitz Golf Course, who have been partners of the project since the beginning.
A permit was issued yesterday for a new three-story residential building at 6528 S Maryland Avenue in the Woodlawn neighborhood. The owner is listed as Jack Properties LLC, and plans indicate this project will yield three total dwelling units. Each unit will be outfitted with an open deck and rear stair access. The plans also indicate the presence of a three-car parking pad behind the structure. The development will replace a previously vacant lot.
Initial renderings have been revealed for the next phase of the Lincoln Yards mega-development near Goose Island. Developer Sterling Bay has revealed some of the first details for its next building and district for the area just north of The Ally, a life-sciences building which just broke ground marking the beginning of vertical construction of the project. Design firm Skidmore, Owings & Merrill is behind the master planning of the Steelyard district with Gensler as the designer for the buildings including the new mid-rise at 1685 N Throop Street.