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New 19-unit apartment development cleared to rise in Chicago’s Logan Square

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A five-story building at Fullerton and Maplewood is ready to begin construction

Image by Vari Architects via Greater Goethe Neighborhood Association

Another nineteen rental apartments are headed to Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood as a new five-story building at the corner of Fullerton and Maplewood avenues prepares to break ground. Designed by Chicago-based Vari Architects, the newly-permitted project at 2529 W. Fullerton replaces a pair of older two-story buildings.

The new development will feature a mix of two- and three-bedroom apartments ranging between 1,100-1,300 square feet in size. Rents are expected to run around $2,500 per month, reported DNAinfo during the project’s approval process. The mixed-use building will also include a ground floor commercial space where developer Stuart Miller plans to locate management offices.

While much of the new apartment construction taking place in Logan Square has been driven by transit-oriented developments near the CTA Blue Line stop along the hot Milwaukee Avenue corridor, the project at 2529 W. Fullerton is too far from a train station to qualify for a parking reduction under Chicago’s TOD ordinance. Instead, the building’s 19 residential units will be joined by a parking garage for 19 cars and 10 bicycles.

2529-2537 W. Fullerton Avenue.
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