A permit was approved on Friday for a new two-story residential building to be located at 184 N Lamon Avenue in the Austin neighborhood. Adam Zegarski of A-Z Builders Inc is listed as the owner and published plans indicate that this project will yield three dwelling units, each outfitted with a rear metal porch. Plans also show the presence of three paved outdoor parking spots. The development will join a sister venture which we previously reported from the same owner. Both projects will be constructed on the same vacant lot.
George D. Gazis is listed as the structural engineer of record. At this time, there are no drawings or renderings that have been disclosed, though the filing description has indicated a masonry exterior.
Future residents will find that the closest bus services available are Routes 54 and 392. Both can be joined at the Cicero & Maypole stop via a two-minute walk east. Those looking to ride the CTA L can find the Green Line at the Cicero station via an 11-minute walk northeast. There are many dining and shopping options within a five-minute walk south of W Madison Street.
A-Z Plus Remodeling Inc will act as the general contractor for the $450,000 construction. A full timeline and an anticipated completion date have not yet been revealed.
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