A renovation permit has been granted for a residential building at 8357 S Baltimore Avenue in South Chicago. The property currently contains three dwelling units.
The renovation, led by owner Morgan Dubiel, focuses on the building’s rear structure and involves comprehensive interior and exterior upgrades. The scope of work includes repairing and replacing plaster and drywall finishes throughout the building, updating bathroom finishes and fixtures, and installing new kitchen cabinets. Additionally, the project will see the replacement of the building’s electrical service and the installation of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, enhancing safety standards. Exterior improvements include the replacement of the siding, which will contribute to the building’s aesthetic and structural integrity.
Michael Messerle, a Chicago-based architect, is overseeing the design aspects of the renovation. Morgan and Sons Fire Restoration is the general contractor responsible for executing the renovation plan.
This renovation has a budget of $10,000 and total permit fees of $625. Residents of 8357 S Baltimore Avenue are located steps from stops for the 26, 71, 95 and N5 bus lines, and are a 7 minute walk to the northeast from the 83rd Street Metra Station, which services the Electric District Train.