The Chicago Plan Commission has approved Halsted Pointe, a multi-phase development at 901 N Halsted Street in Goose Island. Planned for the site of the current Greyhound Bus facility, the project site is located at the southern tip of Goose Island. The property is bound by N Halsted Street to the west, W Hooker Street to the north and the Chicago River to the south and east. Onni Group is the developer.
Cladding has begun for a five-story condominium building known at 15 N Elizabeth Street in West Loop. The joint venture known as 15 N Elizabeth LLC, comprised of Ranquist Development Group, Jodi Development, and Campbell Coyle, has planned seven total residences ranging from two-bedroom to five-bedroom units. The smaller layouts begin just under $800,000, while the larger four- and five-bedroom penthouses have been listed at just under $2 million.
Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building at 6227 S St Lawrence Avenue in West Woodlawn. Filed under the owner Damarcus Allen, the new development will feature three total units and three parking spaces in the rear. The new development will replace a formerly empty lot.
Concrete and steel construction has begun to rise at Fulton River District‘s 354 N Union Avenue, where Onni Development Group has planned a 32-story residential tower. Set to include 373 rental units, the tower’s offerings will mainly consist of studios, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms. However, planning documents show that the penthouse units will vary between two- and three-bedroom residences.
The Zoning Board of Appeals has approved a residential development at 3817 N Ashland Avenue in Lake View. Located along N Ashland Avenue, the site is bordered by alleyways to the south and east. A one-story restaurant building currently occupies the site, which is for sale by the owner. Mavrek Development is the developer behind the proposal.