Chicago has issued a $30 million building permit a five-story residential building at 41 W. 36th St.
The permit issued on March 25 says the structure will have “40 dwelling units, 24 exterior parking spaces, 11 interior parking spaces in an interior garage, and two elevators on concrete poured in place”
The project is in the Douglas Community Area in Chicago’s South Side. Park Boulevard, formerly known as Stateway Gardens, had been a Chicago housing development with crime-ridden and disrepaired buildings. These were demolished in 2007, and the area is now bein redeveloped with condos and small housing units.
The permit doesn’t disclose the owner’s name, but says the architect is Frank C. Lee and the general contractor is Walsh Construction Company II. Key subtrades include: Electrical – Evan’s Electric, LLC; plumber/plumbing – Garces Contractors LLC; and refrigeration and ventilation – Diversified General Contractor, Lansing.