Permits have been issued for a three-story residential building at 4017 N Keystone Avenue in Old Irving Park.
The site is located just east of the Kennedy Expressway, at the intersection of N Keystone Avenue and Irving Park Road. Nearby bus transit is accessible at the Irving Park & Keystone stop directly adjacent to the lot, serviced by route 80. Additionally, there is the Irving Park and Keystone Terminal stops, serviced by routes 53 and 54A. Next to this terminal is the Irving Park station for the CTA L Blue Line, as well as the Metra’s northwest line.
Other nearby points of interest include a six-minute walk southeast to Independence Park, as well as a 10-minute walk east to N Elston Avenue, a diagonal corridor to Chicago’s main grid that contains a variety of shops and restaurants.
The owner, listed under New Keystone LLC, is planning six units across the three floors. New Keystone is also planning a rear steel porch, a basement, and six parking spaces for the building occupants.
The architect of record is Victor Drapszo of Red Architects, with a masonry building designed for the site. No renderings or additional architectural details have been revealed.
GB Construction is the general contractor for the $1,300,000 project. A completion date has not yet been announced.