Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building penned for 1315 W Cullerton Street in Pilsen. TM-1 Inc. is the listed owner, whose plans comprise of three total units, a rooftop deck and stair enclosure, a basement, a rear deck on the third and fourth floors, and a rear staircase stretching the full height of the building. The development will also come with a detached three-car garage with an additional rooftop deck. The new construction will replace a previously vacant lot.
John Hanna of Hanna Architects is the architect of record. Despite drawings or renderings having not yet been posted, the multiple listed masonry contractors suggest a brick or stone design. Given that the lot is a part of the Pilsen Historic District, the design will also likely adhere to the surrounding architectural aesthetic.
Transportation in the area includes bus stops for Route 60 located one block west at Loomis & Cullerton. Also within a 10-minute walk is Route 18 to the north, Route 21 to the south, Route 9 to the west, and Route X9 to the northwest. Those wishing to board the CTA L Pink Line can find nearest access at 18th station, a 14-minute walk northwest. The Metra is also within walking distance, with Halsted Street station a 17-minute walk northeast.
Not only will residents find various retail and dining corridors nearby, but also park space at Dvorak Park via an eight-minute walk east. Various schools are within walking distance, the closest of which are Komensky School just paces east and Benito Juarez Community Academy a nine-minute walk southwest.
TM1 Construction, a subsidy of TM-1 Inc, is the general contractor for the $802,100 undertaking. Full timeline details have not yet been revealed.