The owners of The Merion at Chicago Avenue and Davis Street in downtown Evanston have proposed a 19-story, 240-unit active adult residential development to replace a row of one-story retail shops at 1621-1631 Chicago Ave., just north of The Merion.
Evanston's Plan Commission Wednesday night postponed action on a planned office building in the 1700 block of Chicago Avenue until January after receiving a request for delay from the head of the condo association for another building on the block.
A developer has submitted preliminary plans to the city to build 44 condominium units in two five-story buildings on adjoining properties at Emerson Street and Jackson Avenue on Evanston's near west side.
Dana Pearl’s eco-friendly home on Mulford Street this week became the first in Evanston to receive LEED Platinum certification -- indicating it's nearly perfect in terms of sustainability and energy efficiency.
Evanston aldermen Monday are to consider revisions to the city's inclusionary housing ordinance that would offer developers greater height and density but require more construction of on-site affordable housing in return.