Addison & Clark project in Wrightville receives $65.7 million building permit

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The Addison & Clark rendering (from M&R Development)

Chicago has issued a $65.7 million building permit to M&R Development for the new Addison & Clark Wrightville project at 1025 W. Addison near Wrigley Field, designed by SCB.

The permit says: “New construction. Full permit submittal to include partial basement level parking garage, underground utilities, foundation and ground floor slab for a new eight story mixed use residential/commercial development.”

ChicagoArchitecture says these two sentences don’t do the project justice.

It will include 148 apartments, 150,000 square feet of retail space, 405 parking spaces, and a 10-screen cineplex about as close to Wrigley Field as you can get without having to cork a bat.

Moreover, the new projects in the neighborhood are going to go a long way toward developing year-round retail and entertainment opportunities to supplement the baseball surges.

While some may aspire to hanging their hat inside a skinny tower in The Loop, or a 100-year-old stone manse in the Gold Coast, we can completely understand how for a certain group of people, living at 1025 West Addison will represent the ultimate in Chicago living.

General contractor is Power Construction and key subtrades include: Electrical, Bonus Electric; masonry, Concrete Structures of the Midwest; plumbing, Ewing-Doherty Mechanical, Inc.; refrigeration and ventilation, Heatmasters Inc.


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