Chicago's Lincoln Square neighborhood, a charming and quiet neighborhood southeast of Ravenswood, is about to get a lot more dense with three multi-family developments on the way, Curbed Chicago reports.

The site previously reported a five-story Transit Oriented Development (TOD) with studio and one-bedroom apartments and retail near the Brown Line L coming to the neighborhood. That project, planned for 4618-4620 N. Western Ave., received a building permit this summer.

And now, two more residential projects could be on the way. Developers submitted plans to build a four-and-half-story TOD that would go up at the site of a former bank at 2247 W. Lawrence Ave. That development would contain 24 apartments and ground-floor retail.

Across the street at 2242 W. Lawrence Ave., formerly Farmers Garden Market, Candea Development submitted plans for either a five-story building with apartments above ground-floor retail space or a four-and-half-story all-residential building. Both plans submitted call for 12 apartments.


Two new developments proposed for Lawrence Avenue in Chicago's Lincoln Square [Curbed Chicago]

Transit oriented development ready to replace Western Ave. lot [Curbed Chicago]