A five-story residential development at 1613 W Belmont Avenue in Lake View has been granted a construction permit. The new development will host 11 residential units, each with ground floor balconies and additional balconies on the second through fourth floors, as well as a roof deck. An automatic sprinkler system and a rear wood fence are notable aspects of the construction, as outlined in the submitted plans. 1613 W Belmont LLC owns the project and will replace a one-story retail building.
The 46th Ward Alderman has announced his support for the rezoning of the residential development at 4701 N Clark Street in Uptown. Alderman James Cappleman released a press report backing the project, located just north of the intersection with W Leland Avenue. It will be replacing a one-story drive-thru bank that currently sits vacant, with developer Platinum Homes proposing the new multi-story building designed by 360 Design Studio across the street from Chase Park.
Initial plans have been revealed for a new residential project at 4701 N Clark Street in Uptown. Located just north of the intersection with W Leland Avenue near the St. Boniface Catholic Cemetery on a stretch of road that is a part of the ongoing Clark Street Crossroads initiative, the new project will replace an existing one-story bank and drive-thru that is currently vacant. Developer Platinum Homes is working with local architecture firm 360 Design Studio on the new structure on the dominant corner.
Permits have been approved for a new three-story residential building at 3010 W Montrose Avenue in East Albany Park. The owner and developer, Platinum Homes, has planned for six total condominiums alongside a private rooftop deck, a basement level, and a detached six-car garage with a separate roof deck. Unit layouts will be distributed across two four-bedroom duplexes and four three-bedroom simplexes.
Permits were issued recently for a new three-story residential building at West Town‘s 2612 W Chicago Avenue, currently occupied by a one-story commercial building. Gerard Coyle is the owner, whose project scope will include six total units, a rooftop deck, and a detached six-car garage with its own rooftop deck.