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4952 S Michigan Avenue

New Permits Issued for 4952 S Michigan Avenue in Grand Boulevard

A permit was approved this week for a six-unit residential building located at 4952 S Michigan Avenue in the Grand Boulevard neighborhood. The owner of this project is listed as Amy Chin. This building will house three dwelling units each with a rear open porch, and include an attached three-vehicle garage. Gary Wands is listed as the architect of record for this project. At this time, no renderings have been made public.

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New Permits Issued for 702 E 41st Street in Grand Boulevard

A permit was approved this week for a six-unit residential building located at 702 E 41st Street in the Grand Boulevard neighborhood. The developer on this project is listed as Red Van Construction. While there are a few larger units planned, each dwelling space will have a minimum of four bedrooms and have three and a half bathrooms, with all residents ranging between 2,400 to 3,200 square feet. The building will also include an attached two-vehicle garage and roof deck. Charles E Schwartz is listed as the architect of record for this project.

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New Permits Issued for 4922 South Forrestville Avenue in Grand Boulevard

A permit was approved earlier this week for a new two-story residential building at 4922 South Forrestville Avenue in the Grand Boulevard neighborhood. Red Van Construction is listed as the owner and plans indicate this project will yield two total units, each with rear wooden decks. The development will be accompanied by a two-vehicle private masonry garage. The development will replace a vacant lot.

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New Permits Issued to 4547 S Prairie Avenue in Grand Boulevard

A permit was approved earlier this week for a new three-story residential building at 4547 S Prairie Avenue in the Grand Boulevard neighborhood. The proposed project’s owner is listed as Chicagoland Home Investors LLC. The scope of the project details six units with balconies planned for the front of the building. Plans indicate the presence of a five-foot-tall wooden fence, a trash enclosure, and a six-vehicle parking pad at the rear of the building site. The lot is currently vacant.

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