Interior Remodel Underway At 6721 S Green Street In Englewood

6721 S Green Street, via Google Maps6721 S Green Street, via Google Maps
A renovation project is underway at a two-story, four-unit apartment building at 6721 S Green Street in Englewood. Permits for the project were issued on December 5, after a 133 day review period.
The self-certified project focuses on an interior remodel of the two north units in the existing masonry building located at 6721 S Green Street. Architect Jorge Fajardo is overseeing the design of the project, and Buildsworth Inc will serve as the general contractor for the project. Nitzan Knafo, the property owner, is spearheading the overall management for the remodel.
The project’s budget is $80,000 and permit fees summed to $1,408.60. Residents of 6721 S Green Street are located steps from stops for the 8 bus line. Beyond that, the Halsted CTA Station, which services the Green Line, is located a 12 minute walk to the north of the property.

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7 Comments on "Interior Remodel Underway At 6721 S Green Street In Englewood"

  1. Englewood = EngleHOOD.🤮

    • Ahhh yes, reactionary statements like this are surely what’s going to help pull Englewood out of its funk.

      I don’t get it. Do people want to see neighborhoods get revitalized or would they prefer having default spaces to blame everything that’s wrong with the world?

      What a waste…

  2. What I love about these projects in Woodlawn and Englewood is you always see “renovation” of an old property in the headline. In wealthy Lakeview and LP it’s always “demolition permits issued.” Seems like Southsiders know much better than Northsiders how to take care of their historic housing stock at the individual level. And this is coming from someone who loves LP.

  3. John Paul Jones | December 12, 2023 at 6:19 pm | Reply

    Great location; Great Investment! The site to near two community parks, coffee shop and workforce solutions office operated by the Chicago Urban League. The sites adds value to the growing interest to re imagine Marquette Road and West 69th street heading East to Englewood STEM. Englewood’s new Community Land Trust can add value to this initiative.

  4. Always nice to see the old building stock be given a renewed life, especially in communities that really need it like Englewood

  5. My only concern is that, with a budget of $80,000, is the renovation going to do justice to the building. Of course, I value investment, but I also don’t want to take a “be grateful for anything” approach.

  6. Steve River North | December 13, 2023 at 10:49 am | Reply

    Was this in use and being renovated or was it abandoned/empty and being brought back to life? Good to see either way, the city needs more housing.

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