Permit Issued for 4317 N Paulina Street in Lake View

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4317 Paulina LLC has received a permit for a new residential development at 4317 N Paulina Street in Lake View. Replacing a two-story masonry residence, the new three-story structure will yield eight units. The project will come with various outdoor spaces including a roof deck, front decks spanning the first to third floors, and a rear first-story deck. Additional features include a trash enclosure and a basement. There will be eight total parking spaces, occupying both attached and detached garages with roof decks.

Behind the development’s design is Hanna Architects, though no specific renderings or drawings of the design are available for public viewing as of now.

Nearby bus transit includes stops for Routes 22 and 78, both within a five-minute walk. The closest CTA Brown Line service is available at Montrose station, a seven-minute walk northwest.

Best Art Construction, Inc is the general contractor overseeing the construction, which has a reported total cost of $2,280,300. The anticipated completion date is unknown.

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4 Comments on "Permit Issued for 4317 N Paulina Street in Lake View"

  1. Literally every building on this block is uglier than what is being torn down.

  2. Until empty lots are filled up can we moratorium tearing down sturdy and handsome buildings to toss up cinder block dumps?

  3. Wow. What an absolute tragedy. Looking at the pictures of the posting from last year, this house was updated and well cared for. A disgrace to our supposed architectural history by tearing this down. These developers have no shame when there’s so much empty land needing to be built up.

  4. Lazy, irreverent, disrespectful, tactless: Classic 21st century Chicago. It’s even worse when you see it’s Hanna, creator of some of the most banal structures ever seen. I’m not totally against tearing down the old for the new, just not when the new thing replacing it is uglier, let alone several times uglier.

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