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Proposed Uptown TOD would feature 33 units and zero parking

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The site of the proposed transit-oriented development has been vacant since the early 1970s

A plan to bring a new four-story mixed-use development to Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood is seeking the blessing of Alderman James Cappleman (46th) to proceed. Located at the T-intersection of Sheridan and Agatite, the proposal encompasses three long-vacant lots at 4420-4444 N. Sheridan. A short stroll from the Wilson CTA Line station, the transit-oriented development (TOD) would feature 33 dwelling units, five ground floor retail bays, a rooftop deck, and no automobile parking. As proposed, the project will provide one affordable rate unit on-site and finance an additional two units elsewhere, per Chicago’s Affordable Requirements Ordinance.

The project, which comes from Chicago-based developer Quest Realty Group and Hanna Architects, is seeking a zoning change that would see the B3-3 designation uniformly applied to all three parcels. According to a report by Uptown Update, Cappleman is awaiting for the vote of the Clarendon Park Neighbors before taking a stance the project. Due to its relatively small scope, the plan is not required to pass through the 46th Ward Zoning and Development Committee.