Exterior cladding has reached the 13th floor of the now topped-out Bentham Chicago, a mixed-use building rising 15 stories in River North. Both designed and developed by Sedgwick Development, the 172-foot-tall tower will house retail at its base, with 31 condominiums on the floors above.
The proposed zoning has been approved for a residential development at 1533-1535 W Fry Street in West Town. Comprised of two typical Chicago residential lots, the project site is located along W Fry Street between N Ashland Avenue and N Greenview Avenue. Cornersite Fry St LLC is in charge of the development.
Construction permits have been issued for a four-story mixed-use building at 4414 N Kedzie Avenue, located in Albany Park. The owner, Josue Sabillon, has planned first-floor commercial spaces with four private garages intended to accommodate seven vehicles. On the above floors will be a total of six residential buildings with private terrace spaces. Although the filing description did indicate these terraces would constitute rooftop decks, it is unknown if each will reside on the actual rooftop or be integrated alongside the units themselves on each floor.
The proposed zoning has been approved for a residential development at 3415 N Ashland Avenue in Lake View. Located along N Ashland Avenue, the site is between W Cornelia Avenue and W Roscoe Street. The southern edge of the site is directly adjacent to the CTA Brown Line elevated tracks. Contemporary Concepts, in partnership with Wildwood Investments, is behind the development.