Zoning Board of Appeals

City Council Approves Mixed-Use Development at 2820 N Elston Avenue in Avondale

The Chicago City Council has approved the rezoning of 2820 N Elston Avenue in Avondale. The site is located at the intersection of W Diversey Avenue, N Elston Avenue, and N Western Avenue. The existing property is a one-story masonry building. The developer for this build is Reinventive Real Estate, and the proposal states that the future build will replace the current building.

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Zoning Approves Residential Development At 605 N Ashland Avenue In West Town

The Chicago Zoning Board of Appeals has approved exemptions for a new residential development at 605 N Ashland Avenue in West Town. Located on a rectangular lot bound by W Ohio Street to the south and a public alley to the north, the new building will replace an existing three-story masonry structure with a rear garage and small pool. Developer Lux Living 4U, LLC tapped local firm Hanna Architects on the modern design.

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Elevations of 3244 N Lincoln Avenue. Drawing by Lazlo Simovic Architects

Zoning Appeal Approved For Residential Development In Lakeview

The Chicago Zoning Board of Appeals approved the zoning exemptions for a mixed-use development at 3244 N Lincoln Avenue in Lakeview. Located on an L-shaped lot just south of the intersection with W School Street, the new structure will replace a one-story building which has already been demolished, and a two-story building that fronts W Melrose Street. Developer 3244 Lincoln, LLC partnered with Lazlo Simovic Architects on the uniquely shaped project.

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Zoning Appeals Approves For Mixed-Use Development In Greektown

The Chicago Zoning Board of Appeals has approved a mixed-use development at 812 W Adams Street in Greektown. Located on the corner with S Halsted Street, the lot is currently occupied by a one-story structure that once held the Greek staples of Santorini and Pegasus restaurants and a small parking lot. Developer Luxe Suites Chicago LLC has teamed up with local design firm Axios Architects on the project that required two approvals from the board.

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