A permit was issued on Tuesday for a two-story residential building located at 1920 W Cullerton Street in the Lower West Side neighborhood. The permit owner is listed as N2 Green LLC and plans indicate the construction of three total dwelling units with rear decks and stairs. The development will also feature a basement, an attic, a rooftop deck, and three parking spots on a paved concrete pad. The planned structure will fill an empty lot.
Structural work on the podium has reached the fifth floor for a 23-story mixed-use high rise in Near North Side. Located at 808 N Cleveland Avenue along the rapidly-densifying Chicago Avenue corridor. DAC Developments has planned for a mix of 7,500 square feet of retail, 20,000 square feet of rentable office space, and 200 apartments.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved a new industrial development at 1237 W Division Street in West Town. The proposal replaces a currently empty lot and parking lot that once housed a Peoples Gas facility on the corner of N Elston Avenue, bound by the Metra UP-N and NW tracks to the west. The project is being led by developers LPC Division I with Ware Malcomb serving as the architect for the modern design in the quickly changing area.
A permit was approved yesterday for a new three-story residential building at 6418 N Fairfield Avenue in the West Ridge neighborhood. The owner of the permit is listed as Valentin Cocan, and the current plans indicate this project will produce three total units. This will be a masonry build and will replace a vacant lot.
The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the mixed-use development at 170 N Green Street in Fulton Market. The updated design for the two tower proposal on the site that, until recently housed the Bridgford Foods plant, was presented to the commission in this month’s meeting. The project is being developed by Clayco’s CRG division and local developer Shapack Partners. The team is working with Lamar Johnson Collaborative on the modern design of the upcoming high-rise and recently received approval for their Humboldt Park project.