Chicago’s recent transit-oriented development (TOD) boom is preparing to add yet another project to the mix following the issuance of a construction permit calling for a new apartment project in the Uptown neighborhood. Situated at the top of the T-intersection of Sheridan and Agatite, the development would replace three empty lots with a four-story brick structure containing 33 rental units, ground floor retail bays, and a rooftop deck.
A TOD in the purest sense, the development from Quest Realty Group and Hanna Architects will include zero onsite parking. The Uptown project will include one affordable rate dwelling unit and finance two more off-site as per Chicago’s Affordable Requirements Ordinance (ARO).
The upcoming building at 4420-4444 N. Sheridan Road first broke cover last fall with its developers seeking a zoning change to bring all three lots to a uniform B3-3 designation. These parcels have sat vacant since the early 1970’s.
- New construction permit at 4428 N. Sheridan Road [Chicago Cityscape]
- Proposed Uptown TOD would feature 33 units and zero parking [Curbed Chicago]
- Previous Uptown coverage [Curbed Chicago]