Revised plans have been revealed for mixed-use development at 3327 N Lincoln Avenue in Lake View. Sitting on a wedge-shaped lot with N Marshfield Avenue running along the rear, the new building will replace a handful of existing structures including the home of Dinkel’s Bakery. Developer PCR Group has been working with Jonathan Splitt Architects on the design while pursuing a rezoning of the site.
A meeting time has been set to review the zoning application for the mixed-use development at 3327 N Lincoln Avenue in Lake View. Replacing the long-term home of neighborhood staple Dinkel’s Bakery, the new proposal will also demolish three-additional buildings ranging from one to three stories in height. Developer PCR Group is working with Jonathan Splitt Architects on the design, whose application was deferred at last month’s zoning meeting.
Permits were issued on Wednesday for the construction of a new three-story residential building. The future project will be located at 1642 W Diversey Parkway in Lake View. The owner is listed as Eirpol LLC and plans indicate that there will be three total dwelling units. Michael S Cox is listed as the architect of record. This will be a masonry building with a basement, a rooftop deck, and a detached three-vehicle masonry garage with a flat roof. No drawings or renderings have been made public. We reported on a neighboring build planned for 1646 W Diversey Parkway by the same team.
A demolition permit was filed this past week for a two-story multi-unit residence along with a detached frame garage located at 1330 W Henderson Street in the Lake View neighborhood. The permit’s owners have been…
The Chicago City Council has approved the rezoning for a mixed-use development at 3150 N Racine Avenue in Lakeview. The project on the corner with W Belmont Avenue recently received its approval from the Plan Commission and will be able to proceed with permitting when it sees fit. Being developed as an expansion to the adjacent Single Room Occupancy (SRO) building operated by developer Mercy Housing, the expansion continues the same design language and is being led by local firm Landon Bone Baker.