$42.5 million senior living building starts construction in Lincoln Park

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Rendering of the Belmont Village Senior Living building

Chicago has issued a $42.5 million building permit for W. E. O’Neil Construction Co. to build the Belmont Village Senior Living building at 700 W. Fullerton Pkwy in Lincoln Park.

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The site had been occupied by Black Memorial Pavilion, built in 1932 and demolished late last year, according to buildingupchicago.com, which reported:

Crain’s Chicago posted back in June that Chicago-based Harrison Street Capital and Houston-based Belmont Village Senior Living bought the building, with the intent of constructing a senior-living facility on the site. The rendering Crain’s included in the story . . . looks remarkably similar to the Nellie Black Pavilion.

The building permit says the seven-story structure will have two basement levels, with 90 sub-grade parking plans.

American Demolition handled the demolition of the old building.

Subcontractors include: Electrical, Dailey Electric Co., Inc.; masonry, O’Neil Industries, Inc..; plumber, Warren F. Thomas; and refrigeration and ventilation, State Mechanical Services.


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