Construction permits have been approved for a new three-story, four-unit residential building in West Town. In addition to the planned units, the development will come with a rooftop deck and stair enclosure, a basement, front and rear decks, and a rear four-car garage with a separate rooftop deck. The project is filed under Sean Walsh, while the site is currently occupied by a two-story frame building. Demolition permits for this existing structure were issued late last month.
Closest bus transit is accessible via Chicago & Wood, located a three-minute walk north with service for Route 66. Also nearby is Route 9 via a six-minute walk southeast to Ashland & Erie, Route 65 via a five-minute walk south to Grand & Wood, and Route 50 via a five-minute walk west to Damen & Huron. CTA L Blue Line transit, meanwhile, can be found via an 18-minute walk northeast to Division station, while the Green and Pink Lines at Ashland station is located an 18-minute walk southeast.
The new $710,000 construction is being carried out by Chicago Elite Builders Inc. No timeline details have yet been revealed.