A construction permit has been granted for a new residential development located at 2417 W Walton Street in West Town. The project will feature a three-story residential building with three dwelling units, replacing a mostly vacant lot with a small one-story masonry building on the site. The listed owner of the project is Nicholas Wrobel.
A construction permit been issued for a three-story residential building at 1065 N Paulina Street in West Town‘s East Village neighborhood. Filed under 1065 N Paulina LLC, the building will come with a rooftop deck, a rooftop stair enclosure, a rear porch on the first floor, rear decks on the second and third floors, a basement, and a three-vehicle detached garage with a rooftop deck. The project will replace a two-story gabled masonry residence, which received a demolition permit last month.
Interior demolition permits have been issued as the first step in a double-restaurant renovation at 1235 W Grand Avenue in West Town. The project involves the removal of non-load bearing partitions, ceiling tiles, cabinetry, counters, and kitchen equipment as needed to prepare for the renovation and alteration of the spaces. The work will affect the basement, first floor, and second floor of the three-story brick building.
New construction permits have been issued for a four-story, multi-unit residential building located at 1533 W Fry Street in West Town. RED Architects is behind the design, while K2 Studio is the architect of record. Plans indicate six units with front- and rear-covered open decks on the first floor, covered open front decks on the third floor, an open rear rooftop deck, and a four-story open egress stairwell. Plans also include a detached six-vehicle garage and two off-street parking spaces with electric charging stations.
Demolition permits have been issued for the removal of a three-story multi-unit masonry residence located at 910 N Wood Street in West Town’s East Village neighborhood. Permits were most recently submitted for the property in 2021 for the current structure.