Structural work has reached the second floor of a five-story residential building located at 15 N Elizabeth Street in West Loop. Co-developed by Ranquist Development Group, Jodi Development, and Campbell Coyle under the name 15 N Elizabeth LLC, the condominium development is comprised of six total residences. Two- and three-bedroom units start at $795,000, while the duplex four- and five-bedroom penthouses begin at $1,995,000.
Demolition permits have been issued for a single-story masonry commercial building located at 1701 E 75th Street in South Shore. Owned by M&M Realty, the former car wash has been unoccupied since 2016. It is unclear what the agency plans to have replace the structure, though the lot is zoned for C1-2 Neighborhood Commercial District, which allows for a wide array of retail types, with apartments permitted above. The designation also allows for a floor area ratio of 2.2, whereby any new construction may have the square footage of up to 2.2 times of the lot itself.
Construction is imminent for an eight-story residential building known as CA6 Condominiums, located at 305-323 S Racine Avenue near the southwest corner of West Loop. Developed by Belgravia Group alongside JRG Capital Partners, the project will house 72 condominium units, and amenities ranging from a fully-equipped fitness room to a meeting room and a secure package room.
Renderings have been revealed for the proposed Northwestern Medicine Advanced Outpatient Care Center in Old Irving Park. Located at 4441 W Irving Park Road, the community facility site spans the full block from N Kenneth Avenue to N Kilbourn Avenue. Planned by Northwestern Medicine, the development will replace multiple structures currently fronting W Irving Park Road.
Multiple zoning ordinances have been approved for a four-story residential building located at 2215 N Halsted Street in Lincoln Park. Planned by 2215 Halsted Glascott FLP, the new structure will house eight total units as well as a rooftop deck with pergolas. The project will also provide an attached four-car garage with an additional eight spaces underground. The garage will also be topped within its own rooftop deck space and pergolas. The ordinances approved by the Zoning Board of Appeals sought to establish residential use below the second floor, reduce the north side setback from five feet to zero and the rear setback from 30 to 3.08 feet, and increase the total height from 45 to 47 feet.