New Permits Issued for 2010 N Leavitt Street in Logan Square

Street view of 2010 N Leavitt Street

New construction permits were issued this past week for a new four-story residential building located at 2010 N Leavitt Street in the Logan Square neighborhood. The permit’s owner has been listed as 2010 N Leavitt Development LLC, and it’s been indicated that the build will house two units and a basement with a walkout level. The building will feature front decks, rear porches, and a roof deck. There will also be a detached garage with its own roof deck. The lot is currently occupied by a masonry residence.

John C Hanna is listed as the architect of record. As of now, no drawings or renderings have been made public.

The closest bus service is Route 73 at the intersection of Armitage & Oakley which is a four-minute walk west of the property site. The CTA Blue Line can be boarded at the Western station via an eight-minute walk south west of the property site. Those looking for green space can stop at Ehrler (William) Park which is within a five-minute walk south. There are dining and retail options within five minutes of the property along W Armitage Avenue.

GNP Development Inc is serving as the general contractor on the project which reportedly will cost $819,600. A timeline for the start of construction has not been outlined.

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3 Comments on "New Permits Issued for 2010 N Leavitt Street in Logan Square"

  1. Does John C Hanna (or partnering developer) actively push this news to YIMBY, or is his firm really designing the majority of Chicago’s new low rise development? Seems crazy how often his name comes up given how big Chicago is, but maybe they’re just overrepresented in these articles.

  2. he’s pretty prolific by way of a cheap largely repeatable design

  3. Uliasz Great-Great-Granddaughter | April 15, 2023 at 9:01 pm | Reply

    This is my family’s home for several generations! I would love to have more info about this home. When Polish immigrants Michael Uliasz and Jozefa Pieta came to America around 1900, they married in 1902 and settled down in this home here when Chicago was simply known as Cook. They had six counted children; their daughter Anna inherited the home, settling there with her son Roy. It was common for elders to pass away at home, surrounded by family. Michael passed there in 1933, then Jozefa passed under the care of her daughter and grandson in 1950. They were buried next to each other in a plot nearby in Niles. It appears that Jozefa’s daughter Anna also passed away in this home in the late 70s. It is unclear what happened to the home during the time Anna’s son Roy was traveling the world, but it somehow ended up in the hands of Anna’s sister, Helen, sometime in the early 60s. Helen had lived with her husband elsewhere in Chicago previously, but they eventually stayed there for several years raising their three children. One of those three children was my grandmother, who raised my mother there until the early 70s. That was when Helen and her daughter moved to Arizona. I wonder what families lived there from the 70’s until this event now.. Goodbye home sweet home! Thank you for serving generations of my family all through the 1900s.

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