Permits Issued for 4706 N Malden Street in Sheridan Park

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Full construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential development located at 4706 N Malden Street in Sheridan Park. Owned by Sitepros Inc, the new development will comprise of seven total units with a basement level. The project is set to replace a three-story Victorian-styled residential building that was constructed in 1898 and demolished in 2022.

Michael Cox is the architect of record. While no drawings or renderings have been published, the issued permit mentions a masonry exterior.

For bus transit, future residents will find east and westbound service for Routes 78 and 81 located at the Wilson & Beacon intersection via a four-minute walk southwest. Additional nearby service is accessible via the Clark & Leland intersection, which includes north and southbound stops for Route 22. Meanwhile, residents will find service for Routes 21, 36, and 81 via an eight-minute walk southeast to the Wilson & Broadway intersection. Additionally, those looking for the Purple and Red Lines will find Wilson Station via an eight-minute walk southeast.

Sitepro Services, Inc. is serving as general contractor for the $1,400,000 project. A finalized completion date has not yet been published.

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2 Comments on "Permits Issued for 4706 N Malden Street in Sheridan Park"

  1. Wow. That’s a real shame. That was a beautiful house. Am I crazy to think developers could have a little more imagination and incorporate the old structure? I guess it would be too difficult to retrofit and bring that up to code?

  2. It is a very ugly building so far.
    It is a black box and the work has been very slow.
    No chance in hell I would ever consider this cheap building as a home. UGH.

    (It is next to the Lakeview Church of Christ and that ministry is unkept and is a terrible neighbor to have.)

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