Demolition Permits Issued for 2107 N Cleveland Avenue in Lincoln Park’s Mid-North District

2107 N Cleveland Avenue2107 N Cleveland Avenue. Via Google Maps

Emergency demolition permits have been issued for a single-story building at 2107 N Cleveland Avenue in the Mid-North District of Lincoln Park.

2107 N Cleveland Avenue

2107 N Cleveland Avenue. Via Google Maps

The narrow lot is currently occupied by a commercial low rise building, situated just north of the triple intersection of N Cleveland Avenue, N Lincoln Avenue, and W Dickens Avenue. This intersection also includes the Lincoln & Dickens/Cleveland stop on bus route 37. Additional bus access includes the Armitage & Lincoln/Sedgwick stop on route 73, as well as the Lincoln & Webster stop on route 74, each less than a five-minute walk from the property.

A dense corridor of dining and commercial options begins at the adjacent Cleveland-Lincoln-Dickens intersection, and runs to the northwest along N Lincoln Avenue. Other nearby landmarks include Lincoln Park Zoo, a nine-minute walk east, and North Avenue Beach, a 22-minute walk southeast.

The co-owners of the property, Stojanka Gilbert and Nevena Rothe, have commissioned Viewpoint Services, Inc. to remove the masonry structure. The demolition was ruled necessary by the Department of Buildings, which described it as “dangerous and hazardous.” The processing time for the permit was 14 days, likely suggesting the material or condition that warranted the demolition was not a critical threat. Further information regarding the state of the building is not currently disclosed.

No timeline of the demolition or any plans for future development have been announced.

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