WICKER PARK — Part of the former home of Harvest Moon restaurant in Wicker Park could be replaced by condos, city records show.
The eastern half of the building was demolished in late January. According to Department of Buildings records, a Jan. 10 building permit for 1807 W. Division St. allows the construction of a 4-story building with five residential units and ground floor retail.
The permit also allows the construction of a rooftop deck and balconies overlooking Division Street on the second, third and fourth floors.
The owner of the building, Joseph Kiferbaum, did not respond to requests for comment.
The building demolished in late January only represents the eastern half of what used to be Harvest Moon, a farm-to-table restaurant and lounge that closed in late 2017.
The western portion of the property, 1805 W. Division St., is now home to Boil Cajun Seafood, which opened last year.
Before Harvest Moon, the sushi and karaoke spot Bob San called 1805-1807 W. Division St. home for 15 years. Bob San closed in 2015.
Bob San’s owners, who also owned what was once an 8,000-square-foot building, sold the property for $3.6 million, DNAinfo reported.
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