The owner of a Lakeview three-story mixed use loft building described in a 2019 real estate listing as “recently renovated” is renovating the structure again, at an estimated cost of $9.5 million, according to Chicago building permit reports.
In the application filed on Nov. 26, the property at 3015 N Lincoln Ave. is described as a 21,248 sq. ft. structure for “mixed use office/residential household living occupancy.”
“Work includes demolition and all new windows and storefronts, interior partitions, mechanical, electrical, plumbing and fire protection systems, and structural modifications for foundation underpinning and interior floor openings, and new occupiable roof deck with unoccupiable roof top structures.”
“Existing use is manufacturing/residential household living with 10 dwelling units being altered to office use with one household living dwelling unit,” the permit says.
Coldwell Banker describes the property in 2019 as a “well appointed, fully renovated mixed-use loft building,” with a $3.815 million price tag.
The recent building permit says Brian Zucker of Evanston owns the building and Redmond Construction Corp. is the genera contractor. Key subtrades include: Electrical – Blade Electric and Technologies; masonry – Four Province Masonry Inc.; plumber/plumbing – Warren F. Thomas; and ventilation – Westside Mechanical, Inc.