Warehouse foundation gets $24.5 million permit

Warehouse foundation gets .5 million permit

Chicago has issued a foundation-services building permit of $24,545,535 for a warehouse. The warehouse will be at the site of the former Crawford Power Generating Station in Little Village. The permit was issued on Nov. 20.

The permit went to Hilco Redevelopment Partners (HRP). The permit is for “proposed one-story, high bay, pre-cast warehouse on shallow footings utilizing sol stabilization to include underslab plumbing.”

HRP is delighted to get the permit as they say that they will construct a modern, one million sq. ft. logistics facility on the 70-acre area. The site will be known as “Exchange 55”. HRP has gotten to work immediately as they have started the demolition of the existing structures.

Morgan/Harbour Construction is the general contractor of the project. HRP has given some details of the former power generating station on which the warehouse will be built. The station was built in 1924.

According to HRP’s website, the station was “closed in 2012 after a 12-year discussion process with the neighborhood over environmental issues and has remained dormant since Midwest Generation filed for bankruptcy in 2012.” The key subtrades include:

  • Electrical – Connelly Electric Co.
  • Masonry – M – J.T.J. Contractors and Builders
  • Plumber/plumbing – MVP Plumbing Corp.
  • and ventilation – State Mechanical Services.

Senior writer at the Chicago Morning Star

Related Posts
Chicago man convicted by federal jury of robbing ATM technician
A Chicago man was involved in robbing an ATM technician on gunpoint. A federal jury
Cook County Sheriff’s deputy shot a teen who allegedly tried to steal his car
The case happened in the Little Village area when the Cook County Sherriff’s deputy shot
The reason for the killing of 10 children might ‘never be known’
The Chicago Fire Department says that people might never know the right reason for the
Premier Design + Build Group starts off Bridge Point Itasca project
The Bridge Point Itasca is the mixed-use project of the Bridge Development Partners, LLC. The
Southbridge project gets green signal
The Southbridge project at former Harold L. Ickes homes public housing complex gets the green
Groundbreaking ceremony for 19-story mixed use building
A groundbreaking ceremony was held for a 19-story mixed use building at 800 W. Fulton
Construction of Bridge Point North enters into final phase
Bridge Development Partners, LLC has started the work on the final phase of the Bridge
Aurora’s Keystone Building will be redeveloped to luxury apartments
The Keystone Building located in 30 S. Stolp Ave is an iconic building of Aurora.
Lincoln Park’s Covent Hotel to be redeveloped
The Covent Hotel in Lincoln Park will be redeveloped into a mixed-income project. The NHP
Hispanic American Construction Industry Association announces 40th anniversary celebrations
The Hispanic American Construction Industry Association (HACIA) will celebrate its 40th anniversary on Oct. 15.