Permits Issued for 2820 W Lyndale Street in Palmer Square

2820 W Lyndale Street2820 W Lyndale Street, via Google Maps

Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building at 2820 W Lyndale Street, located in Palmer Square. The development will replace a single-story frame building that previously occupied the site. However the narrow plot size and surrounding vacant lots may indicate that the development will involve multiple parcels.

The owner, filed under 2820 Lyndale Real Estate LLC, is planning seven total units, as well as a rooftop deck, a rooftop stair enclosure, and terraces on both the southern and eastern elevations. Parking will include seven outdoor spaces in the rear.

Christopher M. Dasse of Craft Architecture is serving as the architect of record. No renderings or drawings have been publicized, though the filing description indicates a masonry exterior.

Nearby CTA bus access includes stops for Routes 56 and 94 at the Milwaukee & California intersection, located a two-minute walk northeast. Stops for Route 74 are also within walking distance, a seven-minute walk north to Fullerton & California. Service for the CTA L Blue Line, meanwhile, can be found at the adjacent California station.

Residents will have access to both Palmer Square Park and Logan Square Park, located an eight-minute walk southwest and 14-minute walk northwest, respectively. Additionally, the elevated Bloomingdale Trail (“The 606”) is accessible via a 14-minute walk south.

Galileo Development Group will serve as general contractor for the $900,000 project. No completion date has yet been announced.

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2 Comments on "Permits Issued for 2820 W Lyndale Street in Palmer Square"

  1. Frederick J Nachman | December 21, 2020 at 2:45 pm | Reply

    The building is gone. I don’t know if there was demolition permit issued.

    • Hi Frederick, thanks for the update on this one. We could not find a previous demolition permit for this site, but have updated the article to reflect the building’s removal

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