A vacant retail building at 1950-1952 West Lawrence Avenue in Lincoln Square will be demolished to make way for new apartments.
|The former furniture store building at 1950 W Lawrence Avenue, Chicago IL 60640 will be redeveloped. FUN FACT: My wife bought a couple kitchen tables for two of our properties in the early 2000s. (All photos Eric Rojas, Broker, Kale Realty) |
A permit was issued March 21st of this year for a five (5) story building with 12 residential units, ground floor retail and private garage. The building most recently housed a furniture store.
The property has exchanged hands and features a history of liens and lis pending foreclosures
over the past dozen years. That seems to be sorted out. The new building development is permitted "as of right" and won't need any zoning changes nor trigger any public forums. The new construction will further consolidate a long running series developments from 1800 block of West Lawrence to the 2000 West block of Lawrence in Lincoln Square
|Yummy Falafel across the street from 1950 W Lawrence has recently opened in the former taco restaurant space.|
|R@A Sourdough on the corner of Lawrence of Winchester is just steps from the new development. Fantastic bagel, bialys and sandwiches. |
|Falcon's at 1968 W Lawrence has taken over the old Chez Simo space. Sweet Moon Bakery at 1964 W Lawrence has established itself as a popular café in a space that has turned over several times.|100s residential units have been added from 1800 West Lawrence to 2400 West Lawrence with more to come.
It is a great site to see all the people and local business regenerating this commercial stretch of Lincoln Square over the past 20yrs. The Damen CTA stop, Western CTA stop and Ravenswood Metra all service the area. Check out some of the Lawrence and Damen development I've written about HERE
All photos and stats gathered by Eric Rojas, Broker, Kale Realty - 2447 N Ashland Chicago IL 60614 - 312-939-5253.
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