Seven-Story Development Proposed for 4006 N Sheridan in Uptown

4006 N Sheridan Avenue. Rendering by Catapult Real Estate Solutions

Situated at 4006 N Sheridan Road in Uptown, a new seven-story mixed-use development has been proposed by Catapult Real Estate Solutions. Initially shared via Uptown Update, the project is set to replace a low-rise commercial structure at the intersection of Sheridan and Irving Park Road. Plans call for 92 new units atop 3,100 square feet of ground-level retail.

The newly released rendering depicts multi-color grayscale cladding, inset balconies, and a semi-enclosed rooftop deck. As of now, the architect for the project remains unknown.

Inside, the 92 units will be divided into 12 studios, 52 one-bedrooms, and 28 two-bedrooms. Parking has been planned for 36 cars and 92 bicycles.

The development is located amidst several means of public transit, including buses for Routes X9, 36, 80, and 151 all within a five-minute walk. The closest CTA Red Line Station is Sheridan station via a two-minute walk south.

The construction timeline is currently undetermined. As noted by Urbanize Chicago, before further progression, approval from the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA) will be required. Several variances will be necessary in order to proceed, including a reduced number of parking spaces and loading berths, as well as residential usage below the second floor.

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9 Comments on "Seven-Story Development Proposed for 4006 N Sheridan in Uptown"

  1. It’s too bad this requires an existing building full of businesses and existing tenants to be razed when across the street there has been a vacant corner lot for ~20 years.

    • I agree… but the purchased lot was obviously for sale, while the one across the street was not, or was too expensive, or whatever it might be.
      The proposed design is very basic & plain looking, but at least is not ugly.
      The main upside about this project is more residential buildings in a close proximity of the CTA stops.

  2. Right Matthee?

    Makes zero sense.

    • What? As Nikola pointed out.. we live in a free market economy. The city would have to slap a RE tax high enough on empty lots to motivate owners to develop or sell those lots instead speculating for decades that a neighborhood will “blow up”.

  3. The design has no connection to the surrounding neighborhood. Such a shame!

  4. Is it really too much to ask that the developer incorporate the interesting and intact terra cotta details from the original storefront???

  5. I Live here at 4006 N Sheridan Rd for the last 20 years it is shame. That we were not told that this was in the making. some of us that live here are close to our job and the transportation for the Tenants who don’t drive. If this plan is approved the current Tenants should be offered a chance to live in the new development once finish, they should get first choice and pay the same. Amount of Rent or lease that they are paying. Now Living here at 4006 n Sheridan Rd. I would like to be offered one of the new unit.

  6. Concern Neighbor | September 19, 2023 at 4:29 pm | Reply

    It a shame Know is thinking of the Tenets. That currently live there. People don’t care about people anymore just Money. So saddddddddd.

  7. I have Been a Tenant here for over 20 years I would hope that if this deal gets approve, we would. Be offer a chance to get one of the Newly Unit. You have to care about people some of us in here are close to Transporation to get to work. To have to move and relocate this is a in convivence for some that don’t have cars. So, I hope that if it approves the new development would talk with current tenant to see if they would like to get a new unit and be able to pay the same as they are paying now HAVE A HEART sometimes it not all about the dollar when you get good honest people living in the property.

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