Construction permits have been issued for a four-story residential building located at 4311 N Western Avenue in North Center. Heffernan Builders LLC is the listed owner, whose plans include four total units, a rooftop stair enclosure, a basement, two exterior parking spaces, and an attached two-car garage. The new development is set to replace a 1.5-story frame residence.
Cladding installation is progressing rapidly at the now topped-out Fulton Labs, rising 16 stories at 400 N Aberdeen Street in the Fulton Market district. Developed by Trammell Crow Company in collaboration with Zoë Life Sciences, the 420,000-square-foot building will be oriented towards biosciences and biotechnology companies, and will be the second installation of the Fulton Labs complex with 725,000 square feet of combined space. Programming will primarily consist of office and lab space, along with secondary lobby, retail, storage, and amenity space.
Construction has wrapped up on the renovation of the Skydeck at the Willis Tower in The Loop. The completion of the work is a milestone in the larger transformation of the 110-story Willis Tower, built in 1973 and the tallest building in the world for 25 years. Blackstone Group and EQ Office are the developers and owners of the Willis Tower.
Demolition permits have been issued for a two-story multi-unit residential building and detached garage, located at 1534 W Augusta Boulevard in Noble Square. Jerzey Wasala of Hilo Inc. is the filing owner, whose plans involve a three-story, three-unit residential building. Units will comprise of two simplexes and one duplex-down, and the structure will stand 36 feet above grade. A zoning ordinance was passed in July of last year allowing the property to convert from RS-3 Residential Single-Unit (Detached House) to RM-4.5 Residential Multi-Unit District, thereby allowing for the development to proceed.
The Chicago City Council has approved a mixed-use development located at 37 S Sangamon Street in West Loop. Located across from Mary Bartelme Park, the project site is a corner lot at the intersection of S Sangamon Street and W Monroe Street. Fern Hill is the developer behind the proposal.