Demolition permits have officially been issued for 3350 N Ashland Avenue in the Lake View neighborhood. YIMBY previously reported on the upcoming residential development in November 2021. The permits ensure the removal of the existing two-story masonry building to make way for a new four-story residential building with eight new units.
In an ever-growing forest of West Loop cranes, the 15-story condominium development known as Embry has now installed its own tower crane at 21 N May Street. Sulo Development is behind the project, with plans for 58 total residences, scaling from two- to four-bedroom floor plans and ranging in size between 1,828 and 5,187 square feet.
Details have emerged for an upcoming project in the West Loop. The development, known as CA-X, is located at 1032-42 W Jackson Boulevard. Belgravia Group selected Sullivan Goulette & Wilson to craft the design which will feature zigzagging balconies across the , south-facing facade. Due to the alternating positions of the balconies—for example, the second-story balcony “zigs” out from the building, as the third-floor balcony “zags” inward—all the unit’s balconies will have open-air immediately above as the next balcony in the same directional flow is two stories above. The in-and-out pattern allows for unit balconies to have both a sunny and a shaded side. The balconies are 30 feet long and 14 feet at their widest, and eight feet at their narrowest.
A permit was issued late last week to remove a two-story, multi-unit building along with a detached frame garage, located at 1939 W Cortland Street in the Logan Square neighborhood. The permit’s owner has been listed as 3633 N Leavitt Chicago IL LLC.
Construction has begun for a 24-story mixed-use tower at 360 N Green Street in Fulton Market District. The 399-foot high rise developed by Sterling Bay will feature two retail spaces spanning a total of 5,400 square feet, along with offices as the primary programming. This project is set to replace a former vacant lot at the northeast corner of the rapidly developing neighborhood. Nearly 100 feet taller than adjacent projects like 333 N Green Street and 800 W Fulton Market, 360 N Green Street will add a dramatic presence to the emerging West Loop skyline.