1913 N Halsted Street Wraps Up in Lincoln Park

1913 N Halsted Street1913 N Halsted Street. Photo by Jack Crawford

Final touches are wrapping up for a. new four-story, dual-unit residential building at 1913 N Halsted Street in Lincoln Park. Joseph Debella Jr of New Plan Inc is the owner and developer of the edifice, which comes with two parking spaces at grade and a rooftop deck. The structure has replaced a former two-story frame building with a masonry basement level.

1913 N Halsted Street

1913 N Halsted Street prior to development. Photo via Google Maps

1913 N Halsted Street

1913 N Halsted Street. Photo by Jack Crawford

Victor Drapszo of Red Architects is behind the masonry design, which involves a classical-inspired facade with recessed balconies, limestone cladding, and dark metal accents.

Closest bus service for Route 8 is available at the 1900 N Halsted Stops, located within a minute’s walk south. Also nearby are stops for Route 73, a two-minute walk north to Armitage & Halsted. As far as the CTA L, Brown and Purple Line trains are accessible via Armitage station, a six-minute walk northwest. The Red Line is also within the vicinity, with its North/Clybourn station a nine-minute walk south.

1913 N Halsted Street

1913 N Halsted Street. Photo by Jack Crawford

The Lincoln Park neighborhood around Halsted Street has seen a string of recent multi-unit condominium developments come to fruition, with 1877 N Halsted Street also nearly complete alongside 622 W Willow Street slightly further to the southeast.

The $1 million project has been constructed by Deluxe Remodeling Inc as the general contractor. A full completion appears likely within the next month or two.

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7 Comments on "1913 N Halsted Street Wraps Up in Lincoln Park"

  1. It might help if you posted a photo of the ‘wrapped up’ development?

    • Hi Michael, this is a WordPress version control bug that sometimes crops up. Please refresh and the photos should be there

  2. Based on how nonsensical some of the hyperlinks typically are. I’m wondering if a significant portion of these daily posts are script/bot generated

  3. That ‘mansard’ roof is a true architectural blunder.

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