UPTOWN — After taking an extra month to make a decision, the 46th Ward Zoning and Development Committee approved an 11-story building proposed for Sheridan Road and Wilson Avenue.
The proposal was approved by a vote of 20-2 Monday, according to Tressa Feher, Ald. James Cappleman's chief of staff.
The development at 975 W. Wilson Ave. would have between 140-155 units, including a mix of convertible, studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments, said Alan Schactman, director and residential business leader of Clayco.
The apartments will rent at market rates, meaning a two-bedroom apartment would be about $2,800 per month, he said.
The development will now move to the Chicago Plan Commission.