Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building located at 2606 W Chicago Avenue in West Town. Owned by Gerard Coyle, the new development will house six total units, and come with an additional rooftop deck and a six-car garage with its own rooftop deck. The site is currently occupied by a larger single-story masonry building, though it is unclear how much of the property the new structure will occupy.
Christopher Boehm of 360 Design Studio is the architect of record. No drawings or renderings have yet been revealed, though multiple masonry contractors may indicate a brick facade.
Nearest bus transit includes east and westbound stops for Route 66 at the adjacent Chicago & Rockwell intersection. Additional service in the area includes stops for Routes 49 and X49 to the east, Route 94 to the west, as well as Route 65 to the south.
The nearest service for the Green Line can be found at California station, a 29-minute walk south. The underway Damen station will also lie a 29-minute walk from the site, located to the southeast at Damen & Lake.
Future residents will find nearest outdoor space via a four-minute walk southeast at Smith Park. A variety of retail and dining options are also available further to the east along Chicago Avenue.
Platinum Homes Development Co is the general contractor for the reportedly $2.05 million construction. A full completion timeline is not yet known.
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The Damen blue line is only 17 minutes away I believe.