Permit Issued for 2323 S Seeley Avenue in Heart of Chicago

2323 S Seeley Avenue prior to fire via Google Maps

A construction permit for 2323 S Seeley Avenue, located in the Heart of Chicago neighborhood, has been issued. The project aims to replace a two-story building, previously damaged by fire, with a new two-story structure that will house four residential units. According to the approved plans, the construction will incorporate a basement, attic, and a two-story rear porch. The permit lists Alberto Fernandez as the property owner.

2323 S Seeley Avenue post-fire

2323 S Seeley Avenue post-fire via Google Maps

Ricardo Garcia Jr. is the architect of record, whose design has limited details available online. Currently, elevations, plans, and renderings are not publicly available.

Regarding transit options, the location is within a three-minute walk from the nearest stop for bus Route 50. Other bus stops in the vicinity comprise Routes 21 and 60, while the Pink Line’s Damen station is an eight-minute walk north.

ABC Turnkey Construction Inc is the appointed general contractor for the project, whose reported cost is $500,000. A projected construction timetable remains unknown.

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