NOBLE SQUARE — A 4-story, 12-unit building with 10 parking spaces could go up on North Ashland Avenue in Noble Square if the City Council approves a necessary zoning change.
The proposed 15,130 square-foot development would be located at 1445 N. Ashland Ave., at the corner of Ashland and LeMoyne avenues. The project would sit on the east side of the Noble Square-Wicker Park border.
An ordinance for the zoning change was introduced at City Council on Wednesday.
Units would be an average of 431 square feet, according to city documents.
Renderings for the project include masonry construction, a private rooftop deck and 10 on-site parking spots.
According to city documents, the project’s applicant, Steven J. Komie of 1445 N Ashland Ave LLC, will look to reduce the required number of parking spots by filing as Transit Oriented Development ordinance, which allows fewer parking spots for projects near mass transit.
The proposal can be viewed in full online.
The property is in the 2nd Ward.
City Council meets again in September.
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