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Proposed Belmont-Clark Tower Now 10 Stories, With More Units, Less Parking

By Serena Dai | March 3, 2014 7:17am
 Developers Blitzlake Capital will be debuting a third version of a proposed building at Belmont and Clark, or 3200 N. Clark St.
Belmont-Clark Development 02-14-2014
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LAKEVIEW — An updated design of a proposed new development on the Dunkin' Donuts lot at Belmont and Clark avenues features one less story, more apartment units and less parking, according to renderings.

BlitzLake Capital Partners will be presenting the latest rendition of the $50 million project at 3200 N. Clark St. to neighbors this month, representing the third design shown. Neighborhood group Triangle Neighbors posted the latest renderings to its members on a Facebook page. 

Previously, developers showed a design with 11-stories, 100 rental units and 116 parking spots.

Now the proposed building at one of Lakeview's busiest intersections would be limited to 10 stories, but with 110 apartment units and 74 parking spaces.

The amount of retail space would be limited to two floors, down from three.

Beyond changes in height and interior layout, the exterior largely would have the same look, with setbacks and glass throughout. 

Developers will be presenting the latest design to Triangle Neighbors, Hawthorne Neighbors and Central Lake View Neighbors in March. Meetings are open to the public.

Ald. Tom Tunney (44th) also plans to hold another community meeting on the project before it goes in front of the city's Plan Commission, though the date is not yet set.