Zoning Approved for 4626 N Malden Street in Sheridan Park

4626 N Malden Street4626 N Malden Street, via Google Maps

Zoning has been approved for a three-story residential building located at 4626 N Malden Street in Sheridan Park. Malden Development LLC is the listed applicant, whose plans include eight total units, a rooftop deck, and parking for seven vehicles split between a five-car garage and two open parking spaces. The Zoning Board of Appeals approved three variances that allowed the project plans to proceed. These included reducing the rear yard open space from 520 square feet to zero, reducing the minimum lot area from 8,000 square feet to 7,721 square feet, and reducing the number of required parking spaces from eight to seven.

4626 N Malden Street

4626 N Malden Street. Elevations by Z Feng Architect & Company

4626 N Malden Street

4626 N Malden Street. Elevation by Z Feng Architect & Company

Z Feng Architect & Company is the project architect, whose design consists of a mixed-masonry exterior with balconies both in the front and the rear.

4626 N Malden Street

4626 N Malden Street, via Google Maps

Nearest bus transit consists of east and westbound stops for Route 78 both a two-minute walk southwest to Wilson & Beacon, as well as a two-minute walk southeast to Wilson & Magnolia. Additional service within a roughly 10-minute walk consists of Route 81 to the north, Routes 36 and 151 to the east, and Route 22 to the west. Closest CTA L transit is comprised of the Purple and Red Lines at Wilson station via a six-minute walk southeast. The nearest service for the Brown Line can be found at Damen station via a 19-minute walk west.

Residents will find closest outdoor access at Gooseberry Playlot Park less than a minute walk north, while the larger Chase Park is a six-minute walk northwest.

No permits have yet been issued or filed. An anticipated completion date is not yet known.

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2 Comments on "Zoning Approved for 4626 N Malden Street in Sheridan Park"

  1. I lived on the 4500 block of Malden, south of Wilson. It is a very nice street filled with historic residential buildings and homes. Although adding density is better than a vacant lot, it’s sad to see yet another crap box being built with zero architectural integrity.

    • Collin Pearsall | April 2, 2021 at 11:13 am | Reply

      If you have a better design that costs the same, I’m sure the developer would love to hear from you.

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