Renderings have been revealed for a proposed residential development at 3010 W Montrose Avenue in Albany Park. Located along W Montrose Avenue, the project site is an infill property bound by adjacent buildings to the east and west. The development will front W Montrose Avenue and span back to the alley behind the site. Platinum Homes is the developer behind the proposal.
Multiple demolition permits have been issued for two adjacent properties at 917 and 919 S Aberdeen Street in Little Italy. MBZ Properties LLC is the listed owner, with previously issued permits indicating a three-story building with two apartment units and a basement on each lot. Parking for 919 S Aberdeen Street will include a concrete pad with two spaces, while the filing description for 917 S Aberdeen Street did not mention any on-site parking.
Construction is expected this summer for Edith Spurlock Apartments at 2700 N Sheffield Avenue in Lincoln Park. Located on the site of the existing Edith Spurlock Apartments, the residential complex spans from N Lincoln Avenue to W Diversey Parkway. Chicago Housing Authority and Pirhl are the developers behind the project.
Demolition is wrapping up for the Aon Center Plaza renovation at 200 E Randolph Street in the northeast corner of The Loop. Located just south of the iconic 83-story Aon Center Tower, the $6.5 million improvements to the half-acre space will include a mix of soft seating, gardens, fire pits, an outdoor par, open grass space, and accessible ramps. Planned by Aon Center owner 601W Companies, the new space will lie directly across Randolph Street, and serve as a public extension to the Millennium Park area.
Construction permits have been issued for a four-story residential building at 4736 N Ravenswood Avenue in Lincoln Square. With FEPH-Highland Park LLC as the listed owner, the project will yield 55 residential units and 36 on-site parking spaces. Planning documents show that the planned structure will occupy “Sub-Area C” in a three-part development bound by N Wolcott Avenue, W Lawrence Avenue, and N Ravenswood Avenue. The first part, “Sub-Area A,” is a completed single-story bank at the northeast edge of the property.