Permits were issued this week for a single-story community facility building at 3215 N Western Avenue near the southern edge of Roscoe Village.
The development will fill a currently empty parcel of land that was a parking lot prior to the demolition of the adjacent Western-Belmont Overpass in 2016. The property lies at the major three-road intersection of N Western Avenue, N Clybourn Avenue, and W Belmont Avenue. Multiple lots adjacent to the intersection are currently poised for construction as shown by other recent permits.
The nearest bus transportation consists of several stops at the Belmont & Western/Clybourn intersection, serviced by routes 49, X49, and 77. The CTA L can be accessed via a 23-minute walk east to the Brown Line’s Paulina station, or a 27-minute walk west to the Blue Line’s Belmont station. Other points of interest include an 11-minute walk southeast to Hamlin Park, as well as a 12-minute walk northwest along the Riverview Riverwalk to the grass lawn making up Clark (Richard) Playlot Park.
The owner, Western Belmont LLC, plans to build a daycare center and a parking lot with an undisclosed number of spaces. The architect of record is listed as Jon P. Talty of OKW Architects. Talty’s design for the daycare, while not yet revealed, will likely have a stone or brick facade, as indicated by a masonry contact entry in the filing.
Novak Construction Company will serve as general contractor for the $1.85 million project, whose opening date has yet to be announced.
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