Permits Issued for 2004 W Addison Street in St. Ben’s

2004 W Addison Street2004 W Addison Street. Photo by Jack Crawford

Construction permits have been issued for a new four-story residential building under the address 2004 W Addison Street in St. Ben’s. The new construction is set to replace a three-story mixed-use masonry building.

The filing owner is listed as Padriac Connolly, whose plans comprise of six total dwelling units, a basement level, a rooftop deck and stair enclosure, and a six-car garage with a second rooftop deck.

John Stoneberg of Stoneberg and Gross Architects is the listed architect of record. No drawings or renderings of the site have yet been posted, though multiple masonry contractors shown in the permit suggest a brick or stone design.

Future residents will find bus access for Routes 50 and 152 just paces east at the intersection of Addison & Damen. Those looking to board CTA L trains will also find the Brown Line at Addison station via a five-minute walk east.

Notable points of interest in the vicinity include the John James Audubon Elementary School, a four-minute walk southwest. Meanwhile, a wide selection of shopping and dining options can be found along N Lincoln Avenue, a five-minute walk east.

The reportedly $550,000 construction is being carried out by Bachula Development. No details regarding a project timeframe have yet been revealed.

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4 Comments on "Permits Issued for 2004 W Addison Street in St. Ben’s"

  1. A slight correction: the Irving Park station that is mentioned to the northeast is a Brown Line station. The closest Metra station would be the Ravenswood Station on Lawrence.

    • Jack Crawford | August 5, 2021 at 1:58 pm | Reply

      Ah good catch, thanks Aaron! Since Ravenswood is out of walking distance we have just removed that Metra station sentence altogether

  2. With all the holes everywhere in Chicago I can’t fathom why they keep allowing demolitions of solid buildings with quality design/materials for modern additions. There’s a vacant lot at the end of this same block.

  3. Actually that’s not a vacant lot at Seeley and Addison, it’s somebody’s side yard

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