A new construction permit was issued this week for a multi-unit residential building located at 2046 W Addison Street in the North Center neighborhood. The permit was issued to Mike Anderson to erect a three-story, multi-unit masonry building along with a two-vehicle garage. The filing also indicates the presence of a roof deck and an external staircase. Demolition permits were issued to this address in early August.
Sterling Bay, the real estate developer behind the $6 billion Lincoln Yards masterplan, has revealed plans for a new 15-story apartment building directly to its east in Lincoln Park. The project faces Sterling Bay’s mega-assemblage from across the North Branch river, calling for 359 new units on a parcel addressed as 2031-2033 N Kingsbury Avenue. Of the total unit count, 36 on-site residences will be affordable. In addition, Sterling Bay will contribute $5.1 million to the city affordable housing fund. The Chicago-based developer has partnered with Lone Star Fund as a joint venture, further continuing their collaboration beyond Lincoln Yards.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a new mixed-use building at 1043 N Rush Street in the Near North Side. Located just north of the intersection with E Oak Street, across the street from the wedge-shaped Mariano pocket park, the project replaces a similar existing structure holding the famed Carmine’s restaurant. Attempting to sell the property since 2015, developer L3 Properties recently bought it with plans to increase the overall active square footage on the site.
Construction permits were issued this past week for a new two-story frame duplex along with a detached frame garage at 1938 N Sawyer Avenue in the Logan Square neighborhood. The permit’s owner has been listed as Karli Mayher, and it’s been indicated that the garage will also include a roof deck. The lot is currently occupied by a frame structure. This is a sister build to a forthcoming build located at 1940 N Sawyer Avenue which we previously reported is led by the same team.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the mixed-use development at 301 E 43rd Street in Bronzeville. Dubbed 43Green Phase II, the project comes after the completion and success of the first phase west of the CTA tracks. Replacing a one-story commercial building on the site, developers P3 Markets and The Habitat Company have teamed up with Moody Nolan and Landon Bone Baker Architects on the design of the new structure. Chicago YIMBY was fortunate enough to be able to speak with one of the architects about the road to today.