Construction permits have been issued for a two-story frame church located at 3133 W Carroll Avenue in East Garfield Park. Filed under owner Burl Rose, the property had an ordinance passed in 2018 allowing for the previous zoning designation of M1-2 Limited Manufacturing Business Park District to convert to C1-2 Neighborhood Commercial District. The site is currently a vacant lot and once housed a single-story masonry industrial building.
Van David Tomaras of Design 21 Company is the listed architect of record. Previous plans were submitted for a contemporary concrete design in 2018, though no renderings or drawings have since been published to reflect the updated plans and frame exterior.
Nearest bus service includes Route 52 located at Kedzie & Carroll via a minute walk west. Additional stops for Route 82 are located a six-minute walk west to Homan & Carroll, while Route 94 can be found a six-minute walk southeast to Fulton & Sacramento. Those looking to board the CTA L Green Line will find the Kedzie station via six-minute walk south.
Various park spaces also lie within the area, including Jefferson (Nancy) Park via a four-minute walk southeast, and the northeast corner of Garfield Park is a 10-minute walk southwest.
GMP Development LLC is the general contractor for the $1.2 million construction, whose completion timeline is not currently known.