The City of Chicago has unveiled the four finalist proposals for the C40 Reinventing Cities competition, planned for a city-owned site in The Loop. Located at 331 S Plymouth Court, the project site consists of a city-owned parking garage and a series of smaller parcels on the western edge of Pritzker Park. Bound by S Plymouth Court and W Van Buren Street, the rectangular parcel also has an alley running through that will be vacated.
With the construction hoist now disassembled, final exterior work is wrapping up at Tandem Partners‘ Avra West Loop, located at 1125 W Van Buren Street. The 20-story mixed-use building will yield 198 apartments atop ground-level retail.
Construction permits have been issued for a three-floor residential development at 1932 N Drake Avenue in Logan Square. Drake 1934 LLC is the listed owner, who plans four total units, a basement, a rooftop deck and stair enclosures, a wood trellis, and front and rear decks along all three floors. A car port for four vehicles will also be included.
Construction has reached the 12th floor for a 26-story mixed-use tower at 1400 W Randolph Street in West Loop. Developed by Marquette Companies, the project will replace a former restaurant, 11-story brick building, and parking lot. The new building’s plans comprise of 278 units atop ground-level retail. Residents will find various amenities including an outdoor pool and deck atop the 18th floor, a fitness center, and a dog park.
Renderings have been revealed for a proposed townhome development at 2609 W Carmen Avenue in Lincoln Square. Planned for the site of the former Transfiguration of Our Lord Parish, the property is a corner parcel located on the southwestern corner of W Carmen Avenue and N Rockwell Street. Regency Development Group is the developer behind the proposal.