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Rogers Park Vacant Lot Near Howard Terminal To Become 6-Unit Building

The building will replace a torn-down single-family home.

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ROGERS PARK — A new six-unit residential building will be built on a vacant lot along Rogers Avenue in Rogers Park, according to city records.

The building will rise at 7441 N. Rogers Ave. where a single-family home was previously torn down. The lot sits just south of the Howard Street CTA station.

The new building will have six residential units and six parking spaces, building permits show.

Building permits for the project were issued in late October. The estimated cost of the project is $650,000, according to Chicago Cityscape.

It is unclear when the previous home was demolished. The lot was marketed as a development opportunity, and was bought in 2017 for $215,000 by Mani Tellagragada of Naperville, Cook County property records show.

The lot is zoned for a maximum of six units.

This home at 7441 N. Rogers Ave. was demolished.

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