The Chicago City Council has approved a residential development at 1453 N. Sedgwick. Planned by Sedgwick Properties, the project site is currently home to two small three-flats that will be demolished as part of the development.
Set to rise five floors, the multifamily building will contain 27 residential units, while including 27 bike parking spaces and zero parking spaces for cars. The unit mix of the building is set to include 9 studios, 10 one-beds, and 8 two-beds. As part of the development, five of the apartments will be affordable and rented out at 60 percent AMI.
Clad in brick to match the surrounding context, the five-story building will stand approximately 65 feet tall. Proposed amenities will include a lobby with package and mail room, shared workspace, an outdoor patio, and a small backyard that would be dog friendly.
With City Council’s approval of the rezoning from B3-3 to B2-5, the project is ready to move forward with permitting and construction. Permits for the demolition and future construction have not been filed yet.