New Permit Issued for 3335 N Sheffield Avenue in Lake View

Street view of 3335 N Sheffield Avenue via Google Maps

Permits were issued on Friday for a new residential build located at 3335 N Sheffield Avenue in the Lake View neighborhood. Permit owner is listed as 3335 Sheffield LLC. The building will be a four-story development and house seven units as well as a basement. Plans show that there will be a private front deck on the first story, and front balconies on the second through fourth stories. There will be an outdoor stair that will extend to a rooftop deck and enclosure. The structure will also feature an attached three-car garage and four uncovered parking stalls. A demolition permit was issued for the existing structure in September 2021 and the structure has since been removed.

Christopher Boehm is listed as the architect of record. No drawings or renderings have yet been disclosed.

Future residents will find the CTA Brown Line via a 13-minute walk northeast to the Southport station. Bus service for Route 9 can be found at the Ashland & Wellington stop via a five-minute walk south. There are many dining and entertainment options along N Lincoln Avenue.

McNea & Sons Construction will be acting as the general contractor on the $1.67 million project. There is currently no visibility into the project timeline or anticipated start date.

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2 Comments on "New Permit Issued for 3335 N Sheffield Avenue in Lake View"

  1. Three car spaces for seven units, I like it. Also, this is by the Belmont Red/Brown/Purple Line station rather than the Southport Brown Line station as evidenced by the Belmont Flyover in the background.

  2. They really to find a new design language to replace all these giant recessed balconies fronting the streets on every level of residential buildings. They literally look like they were inspired by parking garages. They give the streets a sterile and brutalist feel.

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