Permits have been issued for a single-story commercial building located at 4437 W Armitage Avenue in Hermosa. Tom Sdralis is the listed owner, whose is planning both a tavern and liquor store within the same structure. Located at the corner of Armitage & Kenneth, the new development will replace an auto repair shop and an adjacent empty lot. An ordinance was passed by the Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards in September 2020 allowing for work to proceed under the C1-1 Neighborhood Commercial District designation.
Construction permits have been issued for a two-story residential building at 5939 W Superior Street in South Austin. The project is filed under the owner A-Z Builders Inc, whose plans include three total units, a metal rear porch, and three outdoor parking stalls. Currently, the lot is occupied by a two-story frame residence and a detached frame garage.
Permits have been issued for a three-story apartment building at 919 S Aberdeen Street in Little Italy. MBZ Properties LLC is the filing owner, whose plans include two total units, as well as parking for two cars on an exterior parking slab. Currently, the site is occupied by a two-story detached frame residence with a smaller two-story frame enclosure in the rear.
Construction permits have been issued for a two-story frame church located at 3133 W Carroll Avenue in East Garfield Park. Filed under owner Burl Rose, the property had an ordinance passed in 2018 allowing for the previous zoning designation of M1-2 Limited Manufacturing Business Park District to convert to C1-2 Neighborhood Commercial District. The site is currently a vacant lot and once housed a single-story masonry industrial building.
Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building located at 2606 W Chicago Avenue in West Town. Owned by Gerard Coyle, the new development will house six total units, and come with an additional rooftop deck and a six-car garage with its own rooftop deck. The site is currently occupied by a larger single-story masonry building, though it is unclear how much of the property the new structure will occupy.