Office Conversion Permit Issued for 3506 W North Avenue in Humboldt Park

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A construction permit has been issued for a renovation project at 3506 W North Avenue in Humboldt Park. The existing three-story residential building with a basement is slated to be transformed into commercial office spaces. The listed owner of the project is Edith Delacruz.

Joseph Bonfanti is listed in the permit as the architect of record. The renovation will include exterior modifications, the addition of a six-foot high trash enclosure, and work to address code violations, according to the submitted plans. Details of the design or any additional features were not available in the application.

While there has been no indication of added parking spaces, nearby bus services include Routes 70, 72, 73, and 82, all within close walking distance.

Antigua Inc has been enlisted as the general contractor for the project. The renovation comes with a reported construction cost of $65,000. A full completion timeline has not been disclosed.

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1 Comment on "Office Conversion Permit Issued for 3506 W North Avenue in Humboldt Park"

  1. Given the number of vacant storefronts in the area, I’m surprised there’s a market for additional office space. I can’t recall if local zoning allows for office on the first floor.

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