Our next meeting is Tuesday, November 9.
Location: Basement of St. Alphonsus Church
1429 W. Wellington
7:00 pm: Coffee & Cookies
7:30 pm: Meeting
- Chicago Police Department – CAPS representative
- 1325-41 W. Belmont – Office Building Proposal and Zoning Change Request
Chicago Police Department – CAPS representative
Chicago Alternative Policing Strategy (CAPS) representative Sgt. Jason Clark will give a presentation. Topics to be covered will be the current rash of home invasions, neighborhood crime and preventative measures homeowners, motorists and commuters can take. If you wish to contact Sgt. Clark in advance for an issue to be addressed, email him at Jason.email@example.com.
1325-41 W. Belmont – Office Building Proposal and Zoning Change Request
After the 2 to 1 NO vote on the proposal, the Developers have reworked the Project in attempt to obtain neighborhood approval. At deadline date for the newsletter, 2 proposals are being considered. The major changes from the October meeting are as follows :
New Project #1 – the 4th floor is moved back 18ft from Belmont creating a 4th floor penthouse. The height of the Project at Belmont will be 44 ft. The Penthouse 4th floor back will remain about 60 ft. The developer indicated that the 4th floor would not be visible from the north side of Belmont street level. The rentable medical office space will be reduced from 60,170 to 56,947 sq. ft.
New Project #2 – the 4th floor is totally eliminated. The height is reduced to 44 ft. The parking spaces on level 2 are reduced from 57 to 32. Part of level #2 becomes office space. The rentable medical office space is reduced from 60,170 to 45,425 sq.ft.
The façade of the Project has been reworked to give the impression of 3 different buildings instead of 1 giant building.
This issue will be up for a vote. The immediate neighborhood will be flyered.
One thought on “November 2010 Meeting Preview”
Bob Piercson says:
This “proposal” has been changed yet again. When will the Shell game stop. A development in this area needs to be consistent with the block and 60 feet is not consistent. Keep it at 3 floors and you have a good starting point for negotiations.
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