A permit was issued yesterday for a four-story mixed-use building located at 1515 W 18th Street in the Lower West Side neighborhood. The permit owner is listed as Michael Fox and plans indicate that the ground floor will be used as a commercial space. The remaining floors will be residential and should result in three total dwelling units. The building is equipped with a basement and an enclosed rooftop deck. The planned structure will fill an empty lot.
Peter Mayer is listed as the architect of record. At the time of this writing, no drawings or renderings have been disclosed. However, the plans indicate masonry contractors.
Future residents can readily access the CTA L Pink Line at the 18th Street station which is a five-minute walk west. The closest bus service available is Route 18 and can be found at 18th Street & Laflin just outside the future building. There is an abundance of retail and dining options steps away from the planned project along 18th Street.
FGAC Construction LLC will act as the general contractor for the $650,000 construction. A full timeline and an anticipated completion date have not yet been revealed.
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