A construction permit has been issued for a residential development at 5071 N Northwest Highway in the Jefferson Park neighborhood. Owned by 5069 N Northwest Highway, LLC, the project will include a three-story building with a basement, providing fourteen new dwelling units. The building will replace an existing structure.
A zoning application has been submitted for an expansion of the Ed Paschke Art Center at 5415 W Higgins Avenue in Jefferson Park. Located near the corner with N Long Avenue across from the neighborhood’s namesake park, the addition is the first phase of what will be a larger arts campus. Ed Paschke along with Chicago Art Center are the developers of the addition which is being designed by Sandberg Architecture & Design Inc.
With foundation work beginning late last year, construction is progressing rapidly for a collection of nine single family residences at 5338-56 W Argyle Avenue at the corner of W Argyle Street and N Long Avenue in Jefferson Park. Developed by MK Construction & Builders and designed by Beata Klak, each of the homes will stand three stories and occupy 3,200 square feet. Each is expected to sell for $800,000.
Permits were issued last week for the removal of a three-story commercial building located at 5813 N Milwaukee Avenue in Jefferson Park. Jane Healy has been listed as the permit owner. The existing structure is addressed as 5831 N Milwaukee Avenue and has been a Chase Bank.
Initial building permits have been issued for a mixed-use development at 6001 W Lawrence Avenue in Jefferson Park. Sitting on a long vacant lot bound by W Lawrence Avenue to the north and N Austin Avenue to the east, developer Full Circle Communities plans to bring 48 residential units in a transit-oriented community. The developer’s mission to “expand access to quality affordable housing’ is partnered with Canopy Architecture + Design to bring the rose-colored buildings to life.