Work is currently underway to build a new seven-story, mixed-use building at 6418 N Sheridan. The developer, Three Corners Development, and the construction team, Madison Construction, will be providing regular updates as the project progresses.
When completed, the development will include 111 units of market rate and affordable rental housing and a small “flexible format” Target store. Construction is expected to last approximately two years with an estimated completion date in the fall of 2019.
If you wish to be added to the developer’s communication email list, please email Julie Derrig at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The construction team established a hotline for neighbors to call with any concerns: 708-613-7217. Site superintendent Scott Richardson will work with his team to respond.
NOTE: This page will be updated as frequently as we receive more information. Please scroll down for a history of the updates, with most recent at the top of this page.
You may find the complete history of emails send to constituents on my neighborhood email newsletter list here. If you do not already receive these email blasts and wish to sign up, you may enter your contact information in the form on the left of this page.
Thursday, May 3 & Friday, May 4: Temporary southbound lane closure on Sheridan
Madison Construction will be pouring cement for the second floor on Thursday, May 3rd and Friday, May 4th, necessitating a southbound lane closures. Please consider Clark, Ridge, or Western as alternate routes, or allow 10 extra minutes.
February 6, 2018: Update from developer
Dear Neighbors –
We would like to provide you with an update regarding The Concord at Sheridan construction.
Major Work Notification:
We are happy to report that the sheet piling work that was finished ahead of schedule by two weeks. Work anticipated to last through mid-January was completed by late December. We appreciate your patience and understanding during that time period.
The next major phase of the project will be pouring the foundation. We anticipate this activity to last until mid-May, weather permitting. During this time period you may notice an increase in truck traffic. It may also be necessary for us to temporarily close a lane on Sheridan to accommodate the trucks during the pour.
There will be on average two cement trucks coming in and out of the site every 30 minutes during the work day. We have worked with our vendor to ensure that they use only the approved routes to access and leave the site. They have been told not to use residential streets.
Construction Site Management:
· Sheridan Sidewalk Closure: The sidewalk on Sheridan in front of the site will continue to remain closed for the duration of the project. In response to community feedback, we have added additional sidewalk closure and directional signage around the site. We have also added some additional fencing and barricades to discourage pedestrians from using the street as a walkway.
We will continue to work with Alderman Moore’s office and CDOT to discuss improvements to that intersection.
· Sheridan Road: On most days both lanes on Sheridan Road will remain open during the project. Certain work may force us to shut down a lane temporarily. When possible we will notify the community in advance of those closures. We have worked with CDOT to make some slight modifications to the lanes that will make it easier for our trucks to get in and out of the site.
Dec. 8, 2017 email newsletter: Developer provides constructions logistics and timetable for Sheridan-Devon project
Excerpt provided below, here is the full email blast.
- December 7, 2017 – Mid January 2018: Sheet piling
- Week of December 11 , 2017: Installation of construction cranes
- December 2017 – April 2018: Foundation work
- February 2018 – August 2018: Construction of parking garage
- February 2018 – February 2019: Construction of eight-story apartment building
- April 2018 – July 2018: Construction of retail space
- April 2018 – September 2018: Construction of community room for residents of the Carolyn Hedger senior building
- February 2019 – Fall 2019: Complete interior work
- Fall 2019: Project Completed
Construction Site Management
- Work Hours: The construction team will adhere to the City’s 8:00 a.m.–8:00 p.m. time limits for construction work. For phases of the project that generate more noise, such as sheet piling, the developer and construction team agreed to my request to end those activities by 6:00 p.m. as a courtesy to the neighbors. Work will take place Monday–Friday. On some occasions, work may take place on Saturday to keep the project on schedule.
- Sheridan Sidewalk Closure: The sidewalk on the west side of Sheridan in front of the project will be closed for the duration of the construction. This closure is necessary to ensure the safety of pedestrians. I worked with the construction team to place signage on the sidewalk approaching the site alerting pedestrians to the closure and providing them with a recommended alternate route. I strongly encourage people to use the alternate route. It is not safe to use Sheridan Road as a walkway. A map detailing the alternate route is included in the PowerPoint Presentation.
- Sheridan Road: Both southbound lanes on Sheridan will remain open during the project. The developer will restripe the southbound lanes with the guidance of the Chicago Department of Transportation to accommodate the construction barricades and ensure the smooth flow of traffic.
- Construction Parking: The construction workers are instructed to avoid parking on nearby residential streets and instead park at either the Morgan or Fordham parking garages. If you notice any construction-related vehicles parked on a residential street, please contact my office and provide a description of the vehicle, including a license plate number, so that we can alert the construction team.
- Vibration Monitoring: Four vibration monitors are installed around the site. The construction team and City inspectors will monitor the site regularly to ensure all vibrations are within allowable levels.
- Dust Mitigation and Sweeping: A street sweeping vehicle will be employed daily around the site to ensure local streets are kept clean.
- Building Material Deliveries: All building materials will be delivered through the entrance on Sheridan. A detailed map on how trucks access the site is included in the PowerPoint Presentation.
- Waste Disposal & Removal: All waste disposal will take place on site.
- Street Closures: Residents and motorists will be notified in advance of any temporary lane or street closures during the construction.
Nov. 28, 2017 Email Newsletter: Ald. Moore to host community meeting on construction logistics for Sheridan-Devon development
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May 16, 2017 email newsletter: Ald. Moore announces decision on proposed mixed-use development, including Target store, at Sheridan and Devon
I am writing to inform you of my decision on a proposed seven-story mixed-income and mixed-use development on the 6400 block of N. Sheridan that would include both market rate and affordable rental housing and a small “flexible format” Target store.
After careful consideration of the opinions and suggestions of the 49th Ward Zoning and Land Advisory Committee and the scores of residents who attended the various meetings or corresponded with my office, I have decided to SUPPORT the proposed development.
Please read the details of the proposal and my reasons for supporting it here.
January 24, 2017 email newsletter: first community meeting on proposed development at Sheridan & Devon
I invite you to attend a community meeting on a proposal for a seven-story mixed-income and mixed-use development on the 6400 block of N. Sheridan Road that would include market rate and affordable rental housing and a small “flexible format” Target store.
The community meeting will take place Monday, January 30th, 7:00 p.m., at Loyola University’s Crown Center for the Humanities, 1001 W. Loyola Ave. (at the Lake).
Read the full email here.
June 21, 2016 email newsletter: Alderman Moore announces proposed Concord on Sheridan project
The Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) Board of Directors is expected today to authorize the agency to enter into negotiations with a developer, who proposes to build a mixed-income, mixed-use development on the 6400 block of North Sheridan Road that would include a Target department store.
Read the full email here.