The Chicago City Council has approved city financing for an affordable housing development located at 2008 S Ashland Avenue in Pilsen. Located on an infill site, the property sits midblock between W Cullerton Street and W 21st Street, fronting S Ashland Avenue. The Resurrection Project is the developer behind the project.
Demolition permits have been issued for a two-story bank building, clearing the way for a new commercial development at 3179 N Clark Street in Lake View. Hubbard Street Group has planned the new two-story structure, which will be able to accommodate 59,000 square feet of retail or commercial space, and will include 295 feet of store frontage along W Belmont Avenue.
The Chicago City Council has approved a proposed residential development at 4600 N Marine Drive in Uptown. The project site is bound by N Marine Drive to the east, W Wilson Avenue to the south, N Clarendon Avenue to the west, and Weiss Hospital parking to the north. The property is currently a surface parking lot owned by Weiss Hospital. The developer behind the proposition is Lincoln Property Company.
Terrain and landscaping work is taking shape at the foot of New Eastside‘s 83-story Aon Center, where the owner 601W Companies has planned for a major overhaul of the existing plaza and entry area. Located at 200 E Randolph Street, the nearly $7 million undertaking aims to provide a new public space that will serve as a gateway to the 1,136-foot tower, while acting as an extension of the adjacent Grant Park.
Permits were issued recently for a new three-story residential building at West Town‘s 2612 W Chicago Avenue, currently occupied by a one-story commercial building. Gerard Coyle is the owner, whose project scope will include six total units, a rooftop deck, and a detached six-car garage with its own rooftop deck.