Rendering of the Booth Hansen designed multi-family residential building Boutique Properties has planned for Lincoln Park.
A light agenda awaits the Chicago Plan Commission Thursday with only four zoning amendments, three of which require approval by the mayor’s appointed land-use body because the projects are located near the lakefront.
Tampa-based Grus Corporation is behind two projects in the 4th Ward along the 3700 block of South Lake Park Avenue, which falls within the Lake Michigan and Chicago Lakefront Protection Ordinance.
The development team is keeping the underlying residential multi-unit zoning classification, RM5, for both sites. At 3745 S. Lake Park Ave., Grus is proposing to build a 45-foot tall residential building with four units and accessory parking spaces. At 3759 S. Lake Park Ave., the proposed building would be 47-feet in height with eight units and accessory parking spaces.
Further north, across the street from Lincoln Park, Boutique Properties has an application to construct a 4-story residential building with eight units and 12 accessory parking spaces at 443-47 W. Arlington Pl. The underlying RM5 zoning will remain. According to local Ald. Michele Smith’s (43) website, the parcel is located within the Arlington & Roslyn Landmark District and contains a single family home and a vacant lot
The only planned development application slated for review concerns a 110,000 square foot food processing warehouse and facility planned for the Brighton Park neighborhood on southwest side. R.F.M. Properties, a subsidiary of Amigos Foods filed the application in October. The warehouse, along with a 5,300 square foot maintenance facility, would be located at 5000-58 S. St. Louis Ave., across the street from the UNO High School in the 14th Ward.