Potential details have been revealed for the full build-out of the Fifth Third Arena at 301 S Damen Avenue in the Near West Side. Located on the southeastern corner with W Jackson Boulevard and bound by the Eisenhower to the south, the multi-phase plan will eventually replace a vacant lot just west of the arena. The overall plan is being led and developed by the Chicago Blackhawks as they seek to begin with an arena expansion.
The Guinness Open Gate Brewery Chicago continues its transformation at 375 N Morgan Street in Fulton Market. The project, housed within the former Pennsylvania Railroad Terminal building and adjacent to the ongoing construction 360 N Green Street, boasts a newly painted exterior of brick walls. This single-story establishment is set to become the second location in the U.S. for the brewing company, the first being in Baltimore.
A new construction permit has been granted for a multi-family residential development situated at 2720 W 23rd Street in the Little Village neighborhood. The property will be developed by Knightsbridge Developments LLC, replacing a vacant grass lot.
Work on Fulton Market‘s 225 N Elizabeth Street is now nearing its pinnacle, as both structural and facade work continues to advance for the 28-story mixed-use Fulton Market project. Taking shape on what was formerly a parking lot at the intersection of Fulton and Elizabeth Streets, this project is a collaborative effort between Sterling Bay and Ascentris.
Initial details have been revealed for a new mixed-use development at 116-138 S Paulina Street in the Near West Side. Located on the northwest corner with W Adams Street and bound by the CTA Pink Line tracks to the west, the proposal will replace a vacant lot bound by a surface parking lot to the north. Now City Church Chicago is moving forward with plans for a multi-phase complex in the works for multiple years, though no architect has been mentioned.