Permits were approved this week for a three-story residential building at 3012 N Leavitt Street in the West Lakeview neighborhood of Chicago. Located at the intersection of N Clybourn Avenue and N Leavitt Street, the corner lot is a 23-minute walk to the Paulina CTA L stations, serviced by the Brown Line. Newell Development is listed as the owner behind the applications, reporting $1,021,800 as the cost for the overall development.
YIMBY checked on the construction of One Chicago Square, a 2.2 million-square-foot mixed-use development in River North. With the taller east tower reaching its 28th of 74 floors, and the shorter west tower reaching its 15th of 49 floors, both towers now stand close to their respective one-third marks. Additionally, the facade on the taller tower has been installed up to its 16th floor.
Foundation permits were filed earlier this year for Onni Group’s 32-story residential building at 354 N Union Avenue, at the northeast edge of West Loop. The site is bound by N Union Avenue and N Halsted Street on its east and west edges, respectively, as well as the neighboring K2 Apartments at the northern edge. Nearby bus route access includes a three-minute walk east to Route 56’s Desplaines & Fulton, as well as a seven-minute walk northwest to Route 8’s Halsted & Hubbard. Access to the CTA L includes the Grand Station serviced by the Blue Line, which is an eight-minute walk northwest, and the Clinton Station serviced by the Green and Pink Lines which is a ten-minute walk southeast. Beyond bus and light rail, the property sits at a major transit junction between the Kennedy Expressway, Metra rail lines, and Union Pacific rail lines.
Permits have been filed for a 16-story office building, dubbed Fulton Labs, at 400 N Aberdeen Street in the West Loop. The project site is located along W Kinzie St, spanning an entire block from N Aberdeen St to N May Street. The nearest public transportation is the 65 CTA bus accessed at the Grand and Aberdeen stop less than a five-minute walk away. The Morgan CTA L station, serviced by the Green and Pink Lines, is less than a ten-minute walk away. David Paino of Trammell Crow is listed as the owner behind the applications.
YIMBY has recent images for Moceri + Roszak’s 26-floor Parkline Chicago at 160 N Wabash Avenue in The Loop. Sitting at the northeast corner of N Wabash Avenue and E Randolph Street, the centrally located site has a myriad of nearby transportation options. Access to the Brown, Green, Orange, Pink, and Purple CTA L Lines is available via a three-minute walk northwest to State & Lake Station. Access to the Red Line is available via a two-minute walk west to Lake Station. Additionally, bus stops include Michigan & Lake/Randolph, which is a three-minute walk east and serviced by ten different routes, as well as State & Lake and State & Randolph, both a two-minute walk west and serviced by five different routes.