The Chicago Plan Commission has approved updated plans for Big Deahl, a development generally located at 1450 N Dayton Street in Near North Side. The V-shaped project site is bound by N Kingsbury Street to the west, W Blackhawk Street to the north, and N Dayton Street to the east. Structured Development is in charge of the proposal.
Grade level work continues for a six-story condominium building that will be the fourth in a five-building complex known as West Loop Collection. Developed by POGN Development and located just outside of Greektown, the project will provide a total of 40 units. The official addresses lie at 210-240 S Green Street.
Construction permits have been issued for two adjacent residential buildings located 6335-37 S Ellis Avenue in Woodlawn. The owner, filed under Jack Properties LLC, is planning for each of the three-story buildings to house three units and be accompanied by a three-car concrete parking pad in the rear. Currently the overall site is occupied by a vacant lot.
The Tribune East Tower, the recently approved supertall expected to rise 1,422 feet, takes the number one spot in YIMBY’s countdown as Chicago’s tallest development. Poised to become Chicago’s second tallest building, Tribune East is part of the Tribune Tower redevelopment project, which includes the conversion of the original Tribune Tower into 162 condominium units. Developers CIM Group and Golub & Company are leading the development of the $700 million structure that will replace a surface parking lot originally used by Chicago Tribune employees.
The residential complex known as Elm 551 is nearing exterior completion at 551 W Elm Street in Near North Side. Developed by Holsten Real Estate, the project comprises of a seven-story residential building, as well as a pair of three-story townhome buildings. The mixed-income development will house 102 units and is part of a larger redevelopment scheme known as Parkside of Old Town.