The Chicago City Council has approved plans for a new residential building at 3710 N. Kenmore. Proposed by Aaron Friedman, the project site is currently home to a two-story home. Measuring just 40 feet by 50 feet, the small lot will be cleared to make way for the new construction.
With Hanna Architects on board for the design, the new construction would consist of a four-story residential building. Rising approximately 45 feet, the project would include four dwelling units and offer a total of three parking spaces for residents. The building’s facade will be made up of brick with small hanging balconies facing the street.
With City Council approval, the site has been rezoned from RT-4 to B2-3 to allow for the scope of the development. The developer still needs approval from the Zoning Board of Appeals for necessary side yard variations.
If the approval process goes to plan, the developer expects to start construction in Early/Mid 2023 and complete the building within 10-12 months.