Chicago Construction News
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The development replaces a vacant lot at 215 N. Peoria Street.
The Isaacson & Stein Fish Company building now sleeps with the fishes.
The six-story project is on track to open in the second half of 2020.
The first piece of the megadevelopment’s puzzle is the final phase of the Wells-Wentworth Connector project.
The privately maintained pathway is part of the Southbank development.
The transit-oriented development at 740 N. Aberdeen includes 188 rental units and 82 parking spaces.
Skender and Sterling Bay are teaming up to bring affordable three-flats to 100 Chicago lots.
Watch "Catalog" get its 240-pane glass roof in a time-lapse video.
The four-story project will bring 15 units and new retail to the North Side neighborhood.
The Near West Side transit stop features a design by Perkins + Will and public art by Folayemi Wilson.
With track improvements at Addison complete, the massive modernization project is nearly ready to start.
With demolition coming to end, the 969-foot-tall development is ready to dig in.
The 47-story Cirrus condo development will begin welcoming residents in 2021.
As Superior House breaks ground, 312 W. Huron has been called off.
The 538-unit Lincoln Common development welcomed its first residents.
One Chicago Square is ready to replace one of River North’s most prominent parking lots.
The plan includes new airline lounges, retail concessions, and ten additional gates.
The 23-story rental development at 730 N. Milwaukee Avenue recently topped off.
The $54 million project will create new spaces to perform, educate, and socialize.
The 15-story project is ready to dig in at the corner of Erie and LaSalle.
The historic landmark is being partially rebuilt at the southwest corner of Clark Street and North Avenue.
The seven-story project is the latest development headed to Chicago’s Near West Side.
The Western Avenue developments will add 131 units along the border of Bucktown and Logan Square.
The South Loop neighborhood is adding another 349 apartments to the mix.
The 14-month project unfolds in a matter of seconds.
The 34-unit "Superior House" project is inching closer to breaking ground.
The state-of-the-art public building will serve as an important amenity for the South Side community.
The mixed-use "Logan’s Crossing" project will rise seven stories above Milwaukee Avenue.
The Far South Side project is the CTA’s most expensive station to date.
The development is one of two West Loop projects to be awarded construction permits this week.
The former Oxxford Clothing Company building will see new life as a nine-story office development.
The immersive, 27,000-square-foot exhibit will open on Chicago’s lakefront next spring.
The alderman says complaints from neighbors are primarily to blame for the the delay.