$20 million building permit issued as part of more than $40 million Logan Square mixed-use project

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Rendering of the southern Logan Crossing building, looking northwest. There is a bridge connecting the structure to a similar northern building.

Chicago has issued a $20 million building permit for the new six-story Logan Crossing Building at 2480 N. Milwaukee Ave. The structure’s northern end is linked by an overpass to a similar building at 2522 N. Milwaukee Ave. for which a separate $20 million permit was issued in January.

Focus Construction Inc. is the general contractor for the project reportedly revived last year by developer Terraco, Inc. Overall, the buildings were to deliver 240 rental apartments, with more than 112,000 sq. ft. of commercial space (Target will occupy 27,400 sq. ft. , which leaves room for another retailer), 313 vehicle parking spaces and parking for 125 bicycles, according to a February, 2018 Streetsblog Chicago article. The buildings have been designed by Antunovich Associates.

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You can see the bridge in this rendering (renderings from Antunovich Associates)

Subtrades for 2522 N. Milwaukee include: ElectricalBonus Electric; masonryAlright Concrete Co. and Midwest Masonry; and plumbing, refrigeration and mechanicalAMS Mechanical Systems Inc.


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