Plan Commission Approves 5035 N Sheridan Road in Uptown

5035 N Sheridan Road construction5035 N Sheridan Road rendering via DLG Management

DLG Management has cleared a major final hurdle for its planned eight-story, mixed-use midrise at 5035 N Sheridan Road in Uptown. The Chicago DPD recently announced on X (previously known as Twitter) that the project has secured the necessary clearance under the Lakeshore Protection Ordinance from the Chicago Plan Commission. The new structure will replace an existing single-story commercial building and is slated to offer 77 residential apartments over a retail space on the ground floor.

5035 N Sheridan Road

5035 N Sheridan Road. Contextual rendering by Jonathan Splitt Architects

5035 N Sheridan Road. Contextual elevation by Jonathan Splitt Architects

The building’s design, an 84-foot-tall construct, is the work of Jonathan Splitt Architects. The exterior will feature a series of vertical sections, a red brick façade, protruding balconies, and expansive floor-to-ceiling windows.

5035 N Sheridan Road typical floor plan by Jonathan Splitt Architects

Transportation amenities include a ground-floor garage with 39 automobile parking spots and provisions for 77 bicycles. Public transportation options are also conveniently located: Route 151 bus service is a mere one-minute walk to the north, while Routes 136, 146, and 147 can be reached within a two-minute walk in the same direction. The CTA Red Line is accessible via a six-minute walk to the south.

The timeline for the project’s completion remains unspecified at this time. However, the prior issuance of a demolition permit for the site suggests that construction could commence shortly, as no further city authorizations other than permits are required.

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1 Comment on "Plan Commission Approves 5035 N Sheridan Road in Uptown"

  1. Competently drawn terrible plans. Nothing like running through the living room and kitchen to get to a bathroom or sitting in the living room with a view of a toilet.

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