Construction permits have been issued for a four-story residential building set for 1943 N Mohawk Street near the northern edge of Old Town. The issued permit has been filed under MZ-1943 Mohawk Development LLC, who plans four total units, a finished basement, a porcelain-paved rooftop deck, and a detached four-car masonry garage with a separate porcelain rooftop deck. Currently, the site is occupied by a masonry building near the rear and vegetation overgrowth at the front.
Christopher Boehm of 360 Design Studio is the architect of record. No drawings or renderings have yet been released, and currently it is unclear if the building will be frame or masonry.
Future residents will find bus transit for Route 73 located in the immediate area, a two-minute walk northeast to Armitage & Cleveland. Stops for Route 37 are also nearby, a five-minute walk east to the three-point intersection of Sedgwick, Armitage, & Lincoln. Lastly, Route 8 lies within a seven-minute walk west to Halsted & Armitage. As far as the CTA L, the closest Brown and Purple Line Service is located at Armitage station, a 12-minute walk west. Meanwhile, Red Line access can be found at North/Clybourn station via a 16-minute walk southwest.
For outdoor venues in the area, Bauler Park lies a two-minute walk south, while the southern portion of Lincoln Park is a 10-minute walk east.
Cashel Development, LLC is the general contractor behind the $465,000 construction, whose completion timeline is not currently known.
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I don’t think anyone would actually refer to this area as Old Town.. It’s solidly Lincoln Park.
It’s odd. If you look on Google maps and type in old Town, this address is in Old Town. But if you type in Lincoln Park, it is also in Lincoln Park.