Permits were issued early last week for new construction to be located at 4119 N Ashland Avenue in the Lake View neighborhood. The site has RT-4 zoning and will naturally be another residential building. Plans indicate the building will contain six dwelling units, a basement, and a shared rooftop deck. The property will also feature a six-vehicle parking slab at the rear of the building. The permit owner has been listed as 4119 Ashland Corp. The project will replace a former multi-unit building.
Victor Drapszo is acting as the architect of the record. There are not many details available as of yet, however, there are a number of masonry contractors listed, indicating the plans will feature a brick or stone exterior, in keeping with many of the neighboring buildings.
Transportation options most readily include Routes 9 and X9 at the Ashland & Irving Park stop which is a four-minute walk south along N Ashland Avenue. Those looking to board the CTA L can find access for the Brown Line at the Irving Park station which is a 10-minute walk southwest of the property site.
PCH Construction Company will serve as the general contractor for the $1.8 million project, whose full construction timeline is as of yet unknown.