Permits were issued on Friday for the construction of a new four-story mixed-use construction located at 6355 N Glenwood Avenue in the Edgewater neighborhood. The permit’s owners have been listed as Variable Properties LLC and plans indicate there will be retail on the first floor, and six total units spread across the second through fourth floors. While no reference is made to on-site parking, the permit indicates there will be an elevator installed as well as a masonry trash enclosure.
Updated details have been revealed for a residential development at 5841 N Clark Street in Edgewater. Located north of the intersection with W Ardmore Avenue, the project replaces a small commercial and office building along with their shared parking lot built in the early 1900’s, all of which have recently been demolished and fenced off. Their replacement is being led by developer Anne Shutler who is working with SPACE Architects + Planners on the multi-unit building aimed at families.
Permits were issued last week for a two-story residential building to be located at 6106 N Hermitage Avenue in Edgewater. The building’s permit owner has been listed as Miroslav Zivojnovic. The property site is currently occupied by a frame residence.
The sale and potential demolition has been announced of the Epworth United Methodist Church at 5253 N Kenmore Avenue in Edgewater. Located just south of the intersection with W Berwyn Avenue, a little east of Foster Beach and the lakefront, the church has stood in this spot since its completion in 1891. News on its sale recently broke to the congregation who hosted their last service within its walls this past Sunday, after a last-minute estate-sale in order to part ways with surplus items. The church is the latest in a long string of historical structures in danger of demolition for new developments.