Updated plans have been revealed for a new educational building at 2633 W Addison Street in Roscoe Village. Located on the intersection with N Rockwell Street bound by the North Branch of the Chicago River to the west and Clark Park to the south and east, the project is re-utilizing the existing daycare building on the site. Chicago Public Schools (CPS) is behind the project that’ll serve four-year-old students addressing the current Pre-K needs in the area, while adding capacity inline with the city’s goal of offering universal Pre-K across all neighborhoods.
The Committee on Zoning has approved rezoning for a new mixed-use development at 1754 W Addison Street in Roscoe Village. The project will replace a small shopping plaza and two multi-unit residential buildings on the corner of N Ravenswood Avenue and W Addison Street. Rezoning the lot from a commercial and single-family housing designation to a community shopping district will allow developer 3601 N Ravenswood LLC to proceed with their permitting process.
Full construction permits have now been issued for a new four-story residential building at 2228 W Belmont Avenue in Roscoe Village. SRD Development LLC is the listed owner, whose plans include three total residences, a basement, a rooftop enclosure, front balconies, a rear four-story metal porch, and a detached three-car garage with a rooftop deck. The site was previously occupied by a one-story masonry building, which received demolition permits this past April.
Demolition permits have been issued for a single-story masonry building located at 2228 W Belmont Avenue in Roscoe Village. With SRD Development LLC as the filing owner, future plans will include a four-story residence with three units, a rooftop deck and enclosure, a rear four-story metal porch, and a three-car garage with a separate rooftop deck. No designs of this new building have yet been revealed, and it is unclear who the architect of record will be.
Two separate demolition permits have been issued for 2235 W Roscoe Street in Roscoe Village, where owner Gino Battaglia is planning to remove a two-story masonry mixed-use building in the front, as well as a single-story masonry coach house in the rear.