A construction permit for a new mixed-use development located at 3202 N Racine Avenue in Lake View has been approved. The project will comprise a 5-story, III-A-type building with 27 apartment units. Owned by 1200B Inc., the project will also feature ground-floor parking, retail space, and a basement.
DLG Management has cleared a major final hurdle for its planned eight-story, mixed-use edifice at 5035 N Sheridan Road in the Uptown. The Chicago DPD recently announced on X (previously known as Twitter) that the project has secured the necessary clearance under the Lakeshore Protection Ordinance from the Chicago Plan Commission. The new structure will take the place of an existing single-story commercial building and is slated to offer 77 residential apartments over a retail space on the ground floor.
Zoning variances have been approved for the mixed-use development at 1515 W 47th Street in Back of the Yards. Located on the intersection with S Justine Street and replacing a vacant lot, the new building is part of the greater Invest South/West project dubbed ‘United Yards’. Developers Celadon Partners and Blackwood Group worked with local-architecture firm DesignBridge on the greater multi-building proposal.
A construction permit for a new multi-family residential building at 3726 W Giddings Street in Albany Park has been issued. Linas Strazd owns the project, featuring a three-story masonry structure with a basement and three total dwelling units. The building replaces a vacant grass property, incorporating unique features such as a sunken front patio, a rooftop stairway enclosure and deck, and a three-story open rear egress stair. A 3.5-foot high metal fence will also be around the front yard, and a 6-foot high wood fence along the east and west property lines.
Two proposals have been revealed by the Department of Planning and Development for their West Garfield Park RFQ at 3811 W Madison Street. Located on the corner with S Hamlin Boulevard and directly across the street from Garfield Park itself, the project will replace a vacant grocery store and its parking lot that were recently acquired by the city. The DPD issued the Request For Qualifications in December 2022 and has now received the two following proposals for the 1.8-acre site: