Permits Issued for 969 W 18th Street in Pilsen

969 W 18th Street969 W 18th Street. Via Google Maps

Permits have been issued for a four-story mixed-use building in Pilsen.

969 W 18th Street

969 W 18th Street. Via Google Maps

Sean Sirkin is the owner of the development, which will replace a currently empty lot. Sirkin plans office space on the first floor, three residential units above, and a rooftop deck with multiple stair enclosures.

The lot will also house three parking spaces on a concrete pad. It is not clear if these spaces will be reserved for residential or office tenants.

The filing’s architect of record is listed as John C. Hanna of Hanna Architects. While no renderings could be found, multiple masonry contractors likely indicate a brick facade.

For transit access, the east and westbound Route 18 can be found within a two-minute walk to the west via the 18th Street & Carpenter stop or the 18th Street & Sangamon stop to the east. For access to north and southbound routes 8, 18, and 62, occupants can use the Halsted & 16th Street stop, which located seven minutes northeast.

Multiple CTA L lines can be found within a 20-minute walk, including the Pink Line’s 18th station to the west, the Red Line’s Cermak-Chinatown station to the southeast, and the Orange Line’s Halsted station to the south.

For park access, the 5.6-acre Dvorak (Anton) Park is located just several blocks southwest. Also nearby is the Pilsen Historic District, with a variety of commercial, dining, and retail options.

M.B. Builders and Developers is the contractor for the $870,000 project. A timeline has not yet been listed.

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