Construction could soon begin on a new four-story, 18-unit development in Wrigleyville. An estimated $12 million permit was issued Monday for the property at 1118 W. Patterson Avenue, located just steps from Wrigley Field.
The planned building comes from developer Patterson Green LLC—a venture of Northbrook, Illinois-based Repak Real Estate Development. It replaces a single-family home and an older two-story multi-unit building that were both demolished late last year. The permit lists Macon Construction Group as the general contractor.
Designed by Chicago architecture firm Hirsch MPG, the development at 1118 W. Patterson will be a rental building except for a single owners’ condo residence on the top floor. The project will provide a rooftop deck as well as two affordable-rate apartments per the city’s Affordable Requirement Ordinance (ARO).
Although the Wrigleyville site is 1,200 feet from the CTA’s Red Line station at Addison and qualifies for reduced parking under Chicago’s Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) ordinance, the project includes a 17-car garage and a single outdoor parking space off the alleyway. The building will also provide indoor parking for nine bikes, according to the permit.
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