Construction permits were recently issued for a five-story mixed-use building at 3207 N Narragansett Avenue in the Dunning neighborhood. The property owner, listed under Bartlomiej Przyjemski, has planned retail on the first floor, with 24 residential units above. Additional features will include a 12-car garage, a 12-bike storage room, and 12 exterior parking stalls.
The property indicated by the 3207 address contains a large empty lot on its northern end and a row of unoccupied masonry buildings that had demolition permits issued in August. The official address of this overall property is listed under a different name, 6360 W Belmont Avenue, within the Cook County GIS system.
The parcel lies at the northeast corner of the Narragansett & Belmont intersection, which contains north and southbound stops for Route 86, as well as east and westbound stops for Route 77. While the nearest CTA L station is over an hour walk northeast to Jefferson Park station, the city-bound Metra line to the south has numerous stations that are closer. The closest of these is Galewood station, located a 31-minute walk directly south along Narragansett.
For park access, tenants can find the 4.4-acre Bell Park via a 14-minute walk southwest, while the 18.8-acre Shabbona Park is located an 18-minute walk northeast.
The project’s architect is listed under Jonathan D. Splitt of Jonathan Splitt Architects. While no renderings have yet been released, multiple masonry contractors in the filing suggest a brick or stone facade.
Remi Development LLC will serve as the general contractor for the $5.5 million project. A completion date has not yet been listed.