Zoning has been approved for a residential development located at 4179 W Belmont Avenue in Belmont Gardens. Located at the intersection of W Belmont Avenue and N Tripp Avenue, the project will be located on a corner lot. Noah Properties is the developer behind the project.
The original zoning for the property was M1-1, Limited Manufacturing/Business Park District, with the newly approved zoning being B2-3, Neighborhood Mixed-Use District. The zoning change allows for residential uses on the site, paving the way for the development.
Designed by Johnathan Splitt Architects, the new construction will be a three-story residential building and hold 17 dwelling units with no retail space. Units will be either two- and three-bedroom residences. Rising 39 feet, the structure will be masonry in construction. Onsite parking will be included for 17 cars with 11 spaces indoor and the remaining six located as surface outdoor parking. Bike parking will also be provided.
The 77 CTA bus route, accessible at the Belmont and Keeler stop, is directly adjacent to the project site. The Belmont CTA L station, serviced by the Blue Line, is a 20-minute walk from the site.
With this zoning approval, the development can move forward with permitting and construction. Permits for the construction of the building have been filed and are awaiting issuance. An official timeline for the construction has not been announced.
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Neighborhood names and boundaries change, real estate developers make things up but community areas do not, at least not for 100 years. This is in the Irving Park community.
Oops, I meant Avondale