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.
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.