Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building located at 4177 W Belmont Avenue in Belmont Gardens. Previously reported as 4179 W Belmont Avenue, the new development is being planned by Noah Properties. Plans include a total of 17 dwelling units, ranging from two-to three-bedroom residences. Plans will include landscape improvements, a basement, a rear courtyard, 11 indoor parking spaces, and six surface-level spaces. Residents will also have access to on-site bike parking.
The construction will replace a pair of low-rise masonry buildings, whose containing property received approval earlier this year to convert from M1-1 Limited Manufacturing/Business Park District to B2-3 Neighborhood Mixed-Use District.
Jonathan Splitt Architects is behind the design, which will be clad in masonry and a secondary metal paneling. The massing will also feature vertical bays to allow for additional balcony spaces.
Closest bus service is available for Route 77, with stops along the adjacent intersection of Belmont & Keeler. Within a 10-minute walk east are additional bus stops for Routes 53 and 56. Those looking to board the CTA L will also find Blue Line service at Belmont station, located a 20-minute walk east.
Remi Development LLC is the general contractor behind the $2.4 million construction. A full completion timeline has not yet been announced.