A permit has been issued for P3 Properties to construct a nine-unit, three-story residential building at 2414 N Sawyer Avenue in Logan Square. The development will take place on a vacant lot, which has remained undeveloped for over 50 years and is bordered by alleys on three sides. The lot is situated between a multi-story courtyard building to the north and a single-story Social Security office building to the south. McGrath Architects, the co-developer and designer, will work with P3 Properties on the project.
A construction permit has been granted for a new residential building to be located at 1913 W Addison Street in Roscoe Village. The three-story multifamily project will accommodate three dwelling units and will replace a two-story frame residence. Andrew Kingsley is listed as the owner of the project.
The Chicago City Council has approved a new residential development at 2414 N Sawyer Avenue in Logan Square. Located just north of the intersection with W Fullerton Avenue, the new project replaces a vacant lot adjacent to a historical courtyard building behind the Social Security Administration office. Developer P3 Properties is working with local design firm McGrath Architects on the new building, which will mark an end to the over 50 years that the site has remained empty.
A permit was issued yesterday for a new three-story residential masonry building located at 1838 W Grace Street in the North Center neighborhood. The permit’s owner for this build is listed as David Payne. Plans for this project indicate there will be six dwelling units. The building will feature front balconies and rear covered porches, as well as a basement level, and a rooftop deck. The property will have a six-foot-tall wooden fence and a six-vehicle garage at the rear. YIMBY reported on the demolition of the previous structure in January.
Developer P3 Properties reveals updated plans for a residential building at 2414 N Sawyer Avenue in Logan Square. The unique lot which is surrounded by alleys on all three sides is wedged between a multi-story courtyard building to the north, and a one-story Social Security office building to the south where N Sawyer Avenue meets W Fullerton Avenue. The lot which has remained vacant for over 50 years is being developed by P3 Properties in collaboration with McGrath Architects as a co-developer and designer of the project.