Construction is expected to commence on an adaptive reuse development located at 1358 W Chestnut Street in Noble Square. Located at the intersection of N Noble Street and W Chestnut Street, the development boundaries will include St. Boniface Church and the vacant land to the north and east of the church. Stas Development is the developer behind the proposal.
Construction permits have been issued for a new three-story residential building at 3655 S Michigan Avenue in Douglas. Filed under the owner Innisfree Builders, the development will include an open rear steel porch and stairs, as well as a three-car detached garage. The project is set to replace a currently vacant lot that was part of a recent ordinance to rezone a multi-parcel stretch of land from B3-3, Community Shopping District and Cl-3 Neighborhood Commercial District to RM-5 Residential Multi-Unit District.
Construction has reached the 800-foot-tall mark for the east tower at One Chicago Square, a 2.2 million-square-foot megadevelopment in the northeast corner of River North. Planned by JDL and Sterling Bay, the project involves a pair of 49- and 74-story skyscrapers rising 574 and 971 feet in height, respectively, the latter of which will be Chicago’s eighth tallest building upon its completion.
Zoning has been approved for a mixed-use development located at 2901 N Milwaukee Avenue in Avondale. Located at the intersection of N Milwaukee Avenue and N Allen Avenue, the corner lot is currently occupied by a vacant masonry building. Tri Homes Today is the developer behind the project.
Construction permits have been issued for a four-story mixed-use building building at 3087 N Avers Avenue in Avondale. Developed Wilmot Construction Inc, the project will yield first-floor retail and six residential units. Plans also include a nine-car garage on the ground floor and a rooftop stair enclosure. Located at the corner of Avers & Milwaukee, the new structure will replace a single-story masonry commercial building.