The Commission on Chicago Landmarks has approved the proposed renovation of a three-story structure at 1460 N Milwaukee Avenue in Wicker Park. The building sits on an interior lot along N Milwaukee Avenue between W Evergreen Avenue and N Honore Street. The site is a five-minute walk from the Damen CTA L Station, serviced by the Blue Line. Benjamin Neikrug of 1450 N. Michigan LLC is listed as the owner behind the application.
Permits have been filed for a three-story residential building at 1109 N Paulina Street in the East Village, on the edge of Wicker Park. The interior lot is located along N Paulina Street between W Division Street and W Haddon Avenue. The nearest public transportation is the 70 CTA bus accessed at the Division and Paulina stop at the end of the block. The Division CTA L station serviced by the Blue Line is the nearest stop, a four-minute walk away. The site is also within a five-minute walk of N Milwaukee Avenue and N Ashland Avenue, two busy commercial and retail corridors. Eleven Paulina Development, LLC is listed as the owner behind the applications, reporting the development cost as $852,700.
Permits were filed recently for the Alcove Wicker Park phase of Vermillion Development’s 55-unit residential project at 1650 W Division Street, consisting of 12 townhouses. In total, the project is expected to cost $15 million to build. Vermillion Wicker Park Development, LLC is listed as the owner, while Howard Hirsch of Hirsch MPG is listed as the architect of record.