New construction permits were issued this past week for a new two-story residential building located at 2140 N Sawyer Avenue in the Logan Square neighborhood. The permit’s owner has been listed as Boris Dukach, and it’s been indicated that the build will house two units and will feature a roof deck. There will also be a detached garage with its own roof deck. The lot is currently occupied by a frame structure addressed as 2136 N Sawyer Avenue which was previously issued a demolition permit.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a new mixed-use medical facility at 4800 S Cottage Grove Avenue in Grand Boulevard. Located on the corner with E 48th Street, the new project replaces a large vacant lot surrounded by typical two-flats and some commercial low rises. The proposal was brought forward by Northwestern Medicine who is expanding with multiple south side locations and has tapped local design firms Lamar Johnson Collaborative and Brook Architecture on the sleek modern health center.
The new 21-story mixed-use tower at 166 N Aberdeen Street in Fulton Market District is approaching an exterior completion, with facade work continuing its 224-foot climb to the pinnacle. Branded as “One Six Six” and developed by Greystar, the high rise will yield 224 apartments atop ground-level retail space.
A permit was issued on Thursday for a new three-story residential building, located at 1244 N Kedzie Avenue in Humboldt Park. The owner is listed as Luis Castro. The new construction will replace a vacant lot with a four-unit frame construction with rear balconies, and a detached four-vehicle garage with a concrete pad at the rear of the property site.
In a dramatically busy week, another residential tower has been proposed for 1234 W Randolph Street in Fulton Market. The joint venture behind these plans, comprised of Golub and Azur Holdings, have filed a zoning application calling for a 42-story tower with 400 apartment residences, of which 80 will be affordable under ARO guidelines.