Exterior work is approaching completion for a four-story mixed-use building at 1827 N Milwaukee Avenue in Bucktown. Developed by owner Mike Cane, the project will contain retail space on the ground floor with three residential units above. Permits also listed a rooftop deck, as well as an elevator.
Demolition permits have been issued for a 1.5-story residential building located in Bucktown. While it is unclear what specifically the owner, Joseph Del Preto, has planned for the lot, the site’s zoning designation of RS-3 would allow for up two two-flats and single-family homes.
Permits have been issued for a three-story residential building at 2416 W Lyndale Street in Bucktown. The interior lot is located along W Lyndale Street between N Western Avenue and N Campbell Avenue. The nearest public transportation is the 49 CTA bus accessed at the Western and Belden stop, a two-minute walk away. The Western CTA L station serviced by the Blue Line is the nearest stop, a ten-minute walk away. EZMB LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications, reporting the development cost as $1,072,900.
Foundation permits were recently filed for a one-story Chick-Fil-A at 1910 W Fullerton Avenue on the bend of the Chicago River North Branch. Nearby transit includes bus routes 50 and 74 at the intersection of W Fullerton Avenue and N Damen Avenue. Rail transportation includes a 15-minute walk southeast to Clybourn Station on the UP-N and UP-NW Metra lines. Nearest CTA L access is a 25-minutes’ walk east to Fullerton Station on the Brown, Purple, and Red Lines.