Permits have been issued for a three-story residential building planned for West Town. The owner, M14 Land Investments, LLC, is planning four total units for the building, as well as a basement, rooftop deck, and rooftop stair enclosure. For parking, there will also be a detached four-car garage with its own rooftop deck.
John C. Hanna of Hanna Architects is the architect of record. While no renderings have been revealed, the general contractor, D.O.M Property Investment, is also serving as masonry contractor, suggesting at least a partial masonry facade.
As no building currently occupies the 2614 address, it is unclear if the owner plans to merge the two adjacent 2612 and 2616 properties, or if only one of the lots will be used. The zoning designation is RT-4, which allows for smaller apartment buildings and townhouses.
Transportation options in the area includes several CTA bus routes nearby, the closest of which is Route 70 with east and westbound stops that are located via a five-minute walk north to Division & Rockwell. Other routes within a 10-minute walk include north/southbound 94 to the west, north/southbound 49 to the east, and the east/westbound 66 to the south.
The closest CTA L lines consist of the Blue Line’s Division station, located a 31-minute walk northeast, while the nearest Green Line access can be found via a 36-minute walk southwest to California station.
No completion date has yet been announced for the $956,200 project.
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