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Get the Details on 17-Story Building Proposal for Belmont Avenue Thursday

By Ariel Cheung | November 19, 2015 6:44am
 Developers are proposing a 17-story midrise residential building for 450-454 W. Belmont Ave.
Renderings for Midrise at 450-454 W. Belmont Ave.
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LAKEVIEW — Developers seeking to build a 17-story residential building near Belmont and Sheridan will present their plans Thursday.

The 95-unit building would replace two multiunit buildings at 450-454 W. Belmont Ave. While its nearest neighbors stand 3½-7 stories tall, buildings with 13, 28 and 30 stories are just east of the proposed location, renderings show.

The building would stand 179 feet tall and have studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments. The apartments would range from 485 to 1,175 square feet, with the 17th floor offering four larger units.

The plans include 52 parking spaces on the building's first three floors and bicycle parking.

Developers are proposing a 17-story residential building at 450-454 W. Belmont Ave.

Other features include a green roof and amenity terrace and an outdoor dog run.

Chioros Properties developers and Antunovich architects will present their plans at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Academy Casey Hall, 720 W. Belmont Ave.

The project falls within the boundaries of the newly reformed Belmont Harbor Neighbors, which hosted its first meeting in October.

Get more information on the project on Ald. Tom Tunney's website.

Developers are proposing a 17-story residential building at 450-454 W. Belmont Ave. The fourth through 17th floors would have seven apartments each.

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