The developers behind a proposal to turn Uptown's former Immaculata High School campus at 640 W. Irving Park Road into market-rate and senior housing have trimmed both height and units from their plan.

The revised proposal, which comes from co-developers Keith Giles and CA Ventures and the design firms of Perkins Eastman and Level Architecture, cuts the number of apartments slated for Immaculata's existing landmarked buildings from 275 to 250, according to 46th Ward chief of staff Tressa Feher.

Meanwhile, a senior living tower slated for the shuttered school's parking lot has been slashed from 27 to 23 stories (well, technically, 22 stories plus a mechanical penthouse). The number of residences in the proposed 250-foot high-rise also shrinks from 220 to 200. Under the current plan, the senior housing component will comprise 108 independent living apartments, 60 assisted living units, and 32 memory care units.

Parking has also been reduced from 140 spaces to 117 spaces. The developers plan to satisfy the city's affordable housing rules by providing 36 below-market-rate units on-site. Twenty-five of the affordable units will be located in the renovated Immaculata buildings and the senior housing tower will provide 11 affordable units, according to a zoning application recently filed with the city. 

Ald. Cappleman (46th) has yet to take a formal position on the lakefront project, which will also require the approval of the Chicago Plan Commission, Zoning Committee, and full City Council to move forward.