Permits Issued for 2140 W Evergreen Avenue in Wicker Park

2140 W Evergreen Avenue2140 W Evergreen Avenue, via Google Maps

Permits were recently issued for a three-story residential building located at 2140 W Evergreen Avenue in Wicker Park. Peter Brejnak is the listed owner, whose plans for the new development involve four total dwellings, a rooftop deck and stair enclosure, a basement, a rear three-story deck, and a detached four-car garage with a separate rooftop deck. The project will replace an empty grass plot.

2140 W Evergreen Avenue

2140 W Evergreen Avenue, via Google Maps

Hanna Architect‘s John Hanna is the architect of record. While neither elevations nor renderings have yet been revealed, the permit’s multiple masonry contractors suggest a brick or stone design.

Residents will find a host of nearby transportation options, with bus stops available for Route 70 via a five-minute walk south. Meanwhile, stops for Route 72 are located via a seven-minute walk north to the intersection of North Ave & Leavitt. Lastly, Routes 50 and 56 are within a 10-minute walk northeast with various stops along N Milwaukee Avenue. As far as the CTA L, Blue Line trains can be found at Damen station, a nine-minute walk northeast.

The property also lies within walking distance of the triangular Wicker Park, as well as the elevated 606 Park located slightly further north. The nearby N Milwaukee Avenue also offers a major thoroughfare for both retail and dining.

Diamond Partnership, LLC is serving as general contractor for the reportedly $1,085,100 construction. An anticipated completion date is not yet known.

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3 Comments on "Permits Issued for 2140 W Evergreen Avenue in Wicker Park"

  1. Hanna Architects, huh? This surely won’t be good.

    • crazy to me that we don’t see more variety in a city of 3 million people known for architecture

    • I was scrolling through Hanna projects this morning and while they are usually trash – this one is actually pretty good. Check it out Jack! They were pretty close to wrapping up the facade when I went by recently.

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