Chicago Center for Arts and Technology receives $61 million building permit for arts and vocational center

1701 13th st Chicago

Chicago has issued a $61 million building permit for the Chicago Center for Arts and Technology to renovate a four-storey structure at 1701 W. 13th St. to become an adult vocational training and youth arts center.

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The project includes removing an existing roof penthouse and replacing it with three penthouses to provide access to a new roof deck, the permit says.

The general contractor is Bulley & Andrews, LLC. Key subcontractors include: Electrical, Proarc Electrical Construction Co.; plumbing, Terry Plumbing, A Matrix Holdings LLC; refrigeration: Accomplished Mechanical; ventilation, Air Design Systems.

The architect is Jeffrey Bone, a partner of Landon Bone Baker Architects.


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