Construction permits have been issued for a four-story residential building located at 3348 N Ashland Avenue in Lake View. The owner, filed under Kyle Nikolich, is planning four units, a rooftop deck, a two-car garage, and additional outdoor parking stalls. The project will replace a 3.5-story frame structure with a masonry base.
A zoning amendment from 2019 shows a granted ordinance to change the property’s zoning designation from B3-2 (community shopping district) to B2-3 (neighborhood mixed-use district), thereby permitting the current residential structure. B2-3 also allows for relatively high density, with a floor area ratio of three that allows for a total floorspace up to three times the area of the lot itself.
Ramon Contreras of Grid Studio is listed as the architect of record. No renderings have yet been released, though multiple masonry may indicate a brick or stone facade.
The property lies just south of the corner of Ashland & Roscoe, with north and southbound stops for Route 9. Other nearby routes include east and westbound stops for Route 77 located a five-minute walk south at Belmont & Lincoln/Ashland, as well as east and westbound stops for Route 152 located a six-minute walk north at Ashland & Addison.
Nearest CTA availability is the Brown Line’s Paulina station, which can be found a three-minute walk northwest from the development site.
Midwest Heritage Builders LLC is the general contractor for the reportedly $400,000 project. A completion timeline is not yet known.