Permits Issued For 3354 S Wallace Street In Bridgeport

3354 S Wallace Street, via Google Maps3354 S Wallace Street, via Google Maps
The City of Chicago has issued construction permits for a two-flat residence at 3354 S Wallace Street in Bridgeport. The project, which was approved on February 6, has a budget of $515,000.
The project has been designed by architect Ghulam Kamal. The masonry construction will house two apartments over two stories. In addition, residents will have access to a two-car garage.
Electrical work for the project will be managed by Steven White. The construction efforts are led by Time Development. DS Construction Inc, and Ronald L. Walters General, both local to Chicago, will handle masonry work.
When complete, 3354 S Wallace Street will be located steps from stops for the 44 bus line. Beyond that, the Sox-35th and 35th St-Lou Jones train stations, which service the Red Line and the Rock Island District Train respectively, will be approximately an 18 minute walk to the east of the property.

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4 Comments on "Permits Issued For 3354 S Wallace Street In Bridgeport"

  1. Great little infill. I know lots of people love the denser towers, but this is how Chicago gets built.

  2. The rocket island district train?

  3. Donald vasilauskis | March 10, 2024 at 4:06 pm | Reply

    Time development has caused so much damage to my property on racine ave
    In Bridgeport. Doesn’t even have insurance for new construction,
    His general contractor null international Has no idea on how to build a new house. And he as well doesn’t even have insurance to build a house.

  4. Donald vasilauskis | March 10, 2024 at 4:11 pm | Reply

    Maybe the only reason why time development can build houses in Bridgeport.He made a campaign donation to 11th ward nicole
    Time development llc
    Null international llc

    Should not be allowed to build a house in the city of chicago.

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