New Developments

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St. Boniface Church in Noble Square

Images courtesy Stas Development

Noble Square is a pocket in the West Town area, neighboring the Ukrainian Village and East Village. It's a growing community filled with artist and young professionals. More than half of the housing areas were built before 1910 and most residential developments before 1939. 

St. Boniface Catholic Church has been part of that vibrant community for 116 years. It has endured 3 decades of vacancy and was slated for demolition more than once. Thanks to a local developer it is now ready to start a new life as condominiums. 

As per the latest plan, Stas Development will convert the existing church into 17 condo residences and add a new structure adjacent to the church. The new building will include 24 condo

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This is a rendering of the proposed 76 story residential tower in River North, as reported by Crains Chicago Business. Estimated to cost more than $700 million, the two tower development would occupy the block just West of Holy Name, at State and Superior Streets, and include 900 apartments and condominiums, a health club and spa and a grocery store. It would be one of the biggest residential projects ever built in downtown Chicago, with one tower rising 76 stories and the other rising 45 stories.

 

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According to an article in Crain's Business, a new residential project with about 700 apartments and condo units could be built on a parking lot across from Holy Name Cathedral in Chicago's River North area. 

According to the article, Chicago-based JDL Development confirmed that they are in talks with the Archdiocese of Chicago to acquire the site across the Cathedral. The site is now being used as a parking lot. 

The site is located in one of the most expensive and thought after neighborhoods in River North, just a couple blocks away from Michigan Avenue and surrounded by luxury hotels and condominium buildings. 

We have long wondered when this site would be developed and what type of project would be built. According to the Crain's article, the

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Pappageorge Haymes Partners

Demolition of the former Tag Outlet furniture warehouse in Lincoln Park is nearly complete, the first phase in what will eventually be a 76-unit multifamily project on the site near DePaul University. The number of units at 1730 West Wrightwood, which will be split into 30 condos and 46 apartments, was downsized from an original 105 units after plans were presented to the community, DNAInfo reports.

The development also includes 76 parking spaces and additional parking on Hermitage Avenue for visitors and deliveries. A unique addition to the project is a mural inspired by the surrounding community. Developers have put out a call for residents to offer their suggestions.

 

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The Parker 60614 Condominiums

The Parker 60614 | NORTH CLYBOURN GROUP

As if Chicago’s condo market wasn’t already exciting enough, a new development has already broken ground to add 53 new condos along Ashland Ave in Lincoln Park. Popular suburban developer, C3 (Chicago Condo Collection), will redevelop 18 residential lots to accommodate the new buildings, which are said to be an urban refuge where practicality, sophistication, and glamor unite. The development is considered to be one of the largest active developments of its kind in this area.

Condos Designed For Refined Urban Living

What’s especially appealing about these new spaces is that they’re designed to break the mold of traditional condominiums. What would typically be one, large, comprehensive building, will

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[Rendering: bKL Architecture]

Reports that a proposal to build a new condo community next the famous Trump International Chicago continues to move along, with new details and renderings of the mid-rise tower finally surfacing. The plan was first revealed nearly a year ago, with developer Belgravia Group announcing that it planned to build high end luxury condos on top of a parking garage at 403 North Wabash Avenue. Now, there are more details and a first look at how the tower will eventually fit in with the wall of skyscrapers that line the Chicago River. Designed by bKL Architecture, the building will stand at only 17 stories and feature a curved shape to offer the best possible views of the Chicago River, Crain's reports. In total, the new

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