Demolition permits have been filed at 2204 N Orchard Street in Lincoln Park. The property owner, Sarah Shraiberg, has hired Precision Excavation LLC to remove the existing three-story masonry building.
The existing multi-unit residential building is located just north of the intersection of Orchard & Webster, just north of the 14.4-acre Oz park, Second City Church, and Lincoln High School.
As for nearby transit, bus Routes 37 and 74 both have stops at the adjacent Webster & Grand Avenue. Bus Route 8 can also be accessed via a five-minute walk northwest to the Halsted & Belden stop. CTA L access includes a 10-minute walk northwest to the Fullerton station, serviced by the Brown, Purple, and Red Lines as well as a 12-minute walk southwest to the Armitage station, serviced by the Brown and Purple Lines.
Further points of interest include a three-minute walk east to the three-point intersection of W Webster Avenue, N Geneva Terrace, and N Lincoln Avenue. N Lincoln Avenue serves as a dense commercial corner, with a high concentration of retail and dining just northwest of the Webster-Geneva-Lincoln intersection.
No specific information has been provided regarding the replacing structure. The lot is zoned for RM-4.5, indicating a multi-unit residential building under 45 feet. However, the zoning map also shows that its zoning has been appealed, indicating that the height or programming may be adjusted for the new development.