New construction permits were issued this week for a new two-story frame duplex along with a detached frame garage at 1940 N Sawyer Avenue in the Logan Square neighborhood. The permit’s owner has been listed as Karli Mayher and indicates that the garage will also include a roof deck. The lot is currently occupied by a frame structure.
An official groundbreaking has been held for the mixed-use development at 1134 S Wood Street in the Illinois Medical District. Located near the intersection with W Roosevelt Road, it replaces an existing surface parking lot belonging to one of the developers. That being the Chicago Lighthouse, a local non-profit, who is partnering with Brinshore Development and Landon Bone Baker Architects on the first-of-its-kind building.
New plans have been unveiled for twin mixed-use buildings at 2354 and 2355 N Washtenaw Avenue in Logan Square. This 67-foot-tall duo will house a total of 3,500 square feet of retail, 20 apartments in 2354 N Washtenaw Avenue, and 15 apartments in 2355 N Washtenaw Avenue. This latest 35-unit scope comes at the heels of two previous versions put forward by Hibernian Development, one of which consisted of 27 total units, the other with 48 total units.
A permit was approved early this week for a new three-story residential building at 1422 E 66th Place in the Woodlawn neighborhood. The owner is listed as Woodlawn Station LLC, and the current plans indicate this project will yield three total dwelling units with an open rear staircase as well as a rear concrete patio. The project will also feature a three-vehicle parking pad at the rear. The lot is currently vacant. This is a sister build to that of 1424 E 66th Place.
Since July’s update, foundation work has made extensive progress for Sterling Bay’s mixed-use development at 360 N Green Street in Fulton Market District. The planned 24-story tower will house 5,400 square feet of retail and Class A office space on the upper floors. At 399 feet in height, the project is set to replace a former vacant lot at the intersection of Green and Kinzie.