The Chicago Plan Commission approved all items on their December agenda with minimal public opposition. Only one project, a proposal to construct a 252-unit apartment building in Old Town sparked opposition, albeit with only five witnesses. The projects now advance to the Council’s Zoning Committee, followed by the full City Council.

252-Unit Mid-Rise Building In Old Town

1415 N. Sedgwick (27th Ward)

The oldest application on the agenda, and the only one to receive opposing public testimony, advanced out of the Plan Commission, giving LG Development the zoning change they need to build a seven-story residential building with 252 units and 89 parking spaces at the corner of Orleans and Schiller.

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