A construction permit for a new multi-family residential building at 3726 W Giddings Street in Albany Park has been issued. Linas Strazd owns the project, featuring a three-story masonry structure with a basement and three total dwelling units. The building replaces a vacant grass property, incorporating unique features such as a sunken front patio, a rooftop stairway enclosure and deck, and a three-story open rear egress stair. A 3.5-foot high metal fence will also be around the front yard, and a 6-foot high wood fence along the east and west property lines.
A new five-story climate-controlled self-storage facility is set to rise at 5251 N Kedzie Avenue in Albany Park, thanks to permits recently issued to Chicago Kedzie Self Storage LLC. The develop’s architect has been listed as Mark Sullivan, and is set to include an accessory office, will feature a type II-A construction, and will be fully sprinklered.
Permits were issued on Monday for the construction of a new four-story residential building located at 2700 W Montrose Avenue in Albany Park. The owner is listed as Carheen Construction and plans indicate that there will be a total of six dwelling units. Michael S Cox is listed as the architect of record. This will be a masonry building with a detached three-vehicle garage with a rooftop deck. No drawings or renderings have been made public.
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.