A demolition permit was issued yesterday for Chicago Mial Church, located at 4500 N Spaulding Avenue in the Albany Park neighborhood. The property is a two-story masonry building with a paved lot. The permit’s owners have been listed as the Chicago Milal Church.
A permit was issued last week for a new three-story residential building located at 5128 N Avers Avenue in the Albany Park neighborhood. Knock Enterprises is listed as the owner, and the plans indicate this project will feature a total of three dwelling units. The property lot is currently vacant.
The Chicago City Council has approved $2.5 million in Tax Incremental Financing money for a mixed-use development located at 3557 W Lawrence Avenue in Albany Park. Located on the intersection of W Lawrence Avenue and N Central Park Avenue, the corner site is currently an unused vacant lot. Celadon Holdings is the developer behind the proposal.
Construction permits have been issued for a four-story residential building located at 4853 N Christiana Avenue in Albany Park. Guide One LLC is the listed owner, who plans four total units, a rear open staircase, and four parking spaces. The property was formerly a two-floor frame residential building, which received a demolition permits last September.
Renderings have been revealed for a proposed residential development at 3010 W Montrose Avenue in Albany Park. Located along W Montrose Avenue, the project site is an infill property bound by adjacent buildings to the east and west. The development will front W Montrose Avenue and span back to the alley behind the site. Platinum Homes is the developer behind the proposal.