Permits have been issued for a four-story mixed-use building located at 3714 N Southport Avenue in Lake View. Filed under owner Charles Stewart, the development will yield one commercial unit at ground level, with three residential units above. Parking will include three outdoor spaces in the rear of the building. The new structure is set to replace a two-story masonry building with one additional level of below-grade retail.
Christopher Bremer of Compass Architecture is the listed architect of record. No official drawings or renderings could be confirmed, though a listing from 42 Floors shows a mix of masonry cladding and large windows on all floors. It is unclear if the depiction from this listing represents the final design.
Future tenants will find nearby east and westbound bus stops for Route 152, located a three-minute walk south at the Addison & Southport intersection. Additional nearby bus service includes Route 9 via a seven-minute walk northwest to Ashland & Grace, Route 80 via a seven-minute walk north to Irving Park & Southport, and Route 22 via an eight-minute walk east to Clark & Waveland.
Those wishing to board the CTA L Brown Line will find Southport station an eight-minute walk south, while the nearest Red Line access is a 13-minute walk southeast to Addison station.
As far as nearby points of interest, Wrigley Field and the surrounding Wrigleyville commercial area lies within a 10-minute walk southeast.
Mangan Builders Inc. is the general contractor for the $750,000 project. A completion timeline is not currently known.
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Disappointing. Another beautiful old structure bites the dust for something generic and forgettable.
How do you get up to the residential units? I only see a door for retail?