A demolition permit was filed this week for a three-story frame residence along with a detached frame garage located at 3533 N Greenview Avenue in the Lake View neighborhood. The permit’s owners have been listed as EZMB LLC. Permits were issued in September for an upcoming single-family residence. The scope of the new project will include two stories and a basement, a rooftop deck, and a rear three-vehicle garage with its own roof deck. EZMB LLC is also serving as the demolition contractor on this project.
Permits were issued early last week for new construction to be located at 4119 N Ashland Avenue in the Lake View neighborhood. The site has RT-4 zoning and will naturally be another residential building. Plans indicate the building will contain six dwelling units, a basement, and a shared rooftop deck. The property will also feature a six-vehicle parking slab at the rear of the building. The permit owner has been listed as 4119 Ashland Corp. The project will replace a former multi-unit building.
A demolition permit was issued earlier in the week for a two-story frame multi-unit residential building and a detached frame garage located at 1740 W School Street in the Lake View neighborhood. The permit’s owner has been listed as Craig Silberberg. No permits or future plans have been issued as of yet for any upcoming projects or zoning changes.
A new permit was issued last week for the construction of a four-story mixed-use construction located at 1647 W Irving Park Road in the Lake View neighborhood. The permit’s owners have been listed as Irving Flats LLC and plans indicate there will be first-floor retail space, eight total units spread across the remaining floors including a duplexed basement. The building facade will feature front balconies and two-vehicle and three-vehicle garages at the rear of the building.
Full building permits have been issued for the residential development at 3449 N Ashland Avenue in Lake View. This third and final phase of a larger block-long project will sit on the southeast corner with W Cornelia Avenue and finish the replacement of the Loyola Press building that stood on the site for 97 years. Developed under an LLC for the address, Contemporary Concepts Inc is the company behind the three structures and have been working with Studio Dwell Architects on all of their designs.