The property at 3310 N. Lincoln Ave. will be redeveloped into a six-story apartment building. Credit: Google Maps

Editor’s note: This story initially said a separate, four-story building with 17 units at 1654 W. School St. was also approved. That project hasn’t yet been approved by City Council.

LAKEVIEW — A multi-story apartment building bringing 24 rental units to Lakeview was approved Wednesday.

City Council approved the plans by John Mangan and Robert Mangan to build a six-story building with 24 residential units at 3310 N. Lincoln Ave.

The proposed building will replace the existing building at the site.

The six-story building will have commercial space on the first floor, according to its plans. The 24 units will be on the second through sixth floors.

Seven off-street parking spaces will be housed in the rear of the building’s first floor, according to the plans. Given its proximity to the Paulina CTA Brown Line Station and Ashland Bus Corridor, the project is considered a transit-oriented development.

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