Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building at 1119 W Newport Avenue, located near the center of Lake View. The owner, filed under 1121 W Newport LLC, is planning a masonry structure that will contain a total of three dwelling units. The project will also include a basement, a rooftop stairway enclosure, a rear open deck/porch, and a three-car garage.
Foundation permits have been issued for a three-story daycare center at 2745 N Lincoln Avenue in Lincoln Park. Filed under the owner Kensington Lincoln Park Building LLC, the commercial development will occupy the site of a previously demolished trio of masonry structures. Details regarding the size of the building footprint and its square footage are not currently known. However, the parcel’s zoning designation allows for a floor area ratio of up to 2.2, meaning that the total building’s floor space may be up to 2.2 times that of the site itself.
Construction permits have been issued for a four-story residential building at 2816 N Southport Avenue in West DePaul. The owner, filed under David Berger, is planning three total residences. Additional features include a rooftop deck and stairway enclosure, a basement, a rear open porch, and a detached three-car garage with its own roof deck.
Construction permits have been issued for a three-story residential building at 5528 W Gettysburg Street in Jefferson Park. The owner, filed under 5249 Milwaukee LLC, plans three residences for the building, as well as parking for seven vehicles. The permit’s corresponding property appears to match that of 5241-49 N Milwaukee Avenue, whose owners in 2018 had requested a zoning ordinance to convert the zoning designation from B3-1 to B2-3. However, this past proposal listed four total units and eight parking spaces, suggesting that the project scope has since been updated.
Demolition permits have been issued for a pair of low-rise masonry buildings, paving the way for a new 20-story tower at 166 N Aberdeen Street. The building will stretch 220 feet to roof and 241 feet to the parapet, making it one of the taller buildings in West Loop.