Preliminary facade work can be seen at North Wells Capital’s 16-story, mixed-use building located at 311 W Huron Street in River North. This structure, which now stands 226 feet tall, is primarily designated for office spaces, with Spins set to occupy 48,000 square feet within the top three floors.
Details have been revealed for a new community center at 1600 S Sawyer Avenue in North Lawndale. Located on the southwest corner with W 16th Street a few blocks west of Douglass Park, the new project will replace a vacant lot and offer neighbors new opportunities. Chicago-based Duo Development is leading the project with Canopy Architecture and McKay Landscape Architects working on its design.
A second permit has been issued for a residential project at 6044 N Winthrop Avenue in the Edgewater neighborhood, replacing the existing surface parking lot. The property, under development by North Park Ventures, will be developed into a five-story structure providing both retail and residential spaces. The scope envisions 60,000 square feet of space, accommodating 64 residential units and 35 parking spaces.
Core construction is now underway at 1257 W Roosevelt Road in Little Italy, under development by Related Midwest in partnership with the Chicago Housing Authority. The six-story mixed-use project represents one of the four buildings within the Roosevelt Square Phase 3B development, which will include new mixed-income residences, retail, and the new National Museum of Public Housing. Roosevelt Square as a whole is set to provide 2,441 total units, taking on the form of both multifamily and single-family buildings.
A construction permit has been approved for a multifamily residential development to be built at 5829 S Wabash Avenue in Washington Park. The property will soon host a two-story, two-unit building with a basement, replacing an empty lot that was once occupied by a two-story frame building (demolished late 2014). The owner of this development is Shatha Williams, as detailed in the permit filing.