Chicago has issued a $42.5 million building permit for W. E. O’Neil Construction Co. to build the Belmont Village Senior Living building at 700 W. Fullerton Pkwy in Lincoln Park.
The site had been occupied by Black Memorial Pavilion, built in 1932 and demolished late last year, according to buildingupchicago.com, which reported:
Crain’s Chicago posted back in June that Chicago-based Harrison Street Capital and Houston-based Belmont Village Senior Living bought the building, with the intent of constructing a senior-living facility on the site. The rendering Crain’s included in the story . . . looks remarkably similar to the Nellie Black Pavilion.
The building permit says the seven-story structure will have two basement levels, with 90 sub-grade parking plans.
American Demolition handled the demolition of the old building.
Subcontractors include: Electrical, Dailey Electric Co., Inc.; masonry, O’Neil Industries, Inc..; plumber, Warren F. Thomas; and refrigeration and ventilation, State Mechanical Services.