The Zoning Board of Appeals has approved a new ordinance clearing the way for a four-story mixed-use building at 2024 W Irving Park Road in North Center. The owner Sewickley, LLC is planning for ground-floor retail with 12 condominium units above.
The now-approved ordinance for this development requested a reduction in the building’s rear setback from 30 to 18 feet.
Hanna Architects is behind the project’s design. Renderings show a brick facade with light masonry accents and two columns of balconies spanning the front of the residential floors.
Ground-level parking will include 12 spaces, though multiple public transit options lie within the vicinity. Just to the east is the intersection of Irving Park, Lincoln, & Damen, with stops for bus routes 50 and 80. The CTA L also lies in close proximity, with nearest service for the Brown Line a five-minute walk east.
Residents will find several parks within the area, including the 9.5-acre Revere Park, the 15-acre Welles Park, and the 58-acre Horner (Henry) Park. Residents will also have access to a major commercial corner along N Lincoln Avenue stretching to the northwest and southeast.
No permits have been issued or filed for the currently vacant lot, and a timeline for the development is not yet known.