A permit has been approved for an exterior renovation project at 8300 S St. Louis Avenue, the site of the Ashburn Community Elementary School in the Ashburn neighborhood. The permit is slated for various improvements, including a new artificial turf play lot, playground equipment, landscape and paving enhancements, a new trash enclosure, and a street-side fence. The listed owner of the project is the Chicago Public Schools.
The 24-story mixed-use building at 360 N Green Street, after reaching its 399-foot height, is approaching the completion of its facade installation. Located in the Fulton Market district, this building is developed by Sterling Bay, a company with several nearby properties at different stages of development. It will include offices, 5,400 square feet of retail space, and tenant amenities across 500,000 square feet.
Developer DLG Management has proposed a new eight-story mixed-use building that will replace a one-story residential building at 5035 N Sheridan Road in Uptown. The project is expected to yield 77 new residential units atop ground-level retail.
A renovation permit has been issued for a project at 2548 W 59th Street in Gage Park. This permit signifies the start of an interior renovation and change of occupancy for an existing one-story brick and frame building. The site will be updated to house two new limited restaurants, replacing the prior structure. Fernando Garcia owns the property.
The 73-story residential skyscraper, 1000M, located in South Loop at 1000 S Michigan Avenue, has now officially topped out. This 805-foot-tall project is a collaboration between JK Equities, Time Equities, and Oak Capitals, with an original proposal for 506 condominium units. However, the plan has since been altered to a rental building housing 738 apartments.