Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Sheridan Park Neighbors Association To Discuss Wilson/Magnolia TOD

DLG Managment's TOD proposal for 4600 Magnolia (jonathan SPLITT architects)
courtesy Sheridan Park Neighbors Association:
Sheridan Park Neighbors Association will host a meeting at 6PM on Tuesday, February 6, at Emerald City Coffee, 1224 W. Wilson.

The major topic of discussion will be the Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) proposal for the NW corner of Wilson and Magnolia by DLG Management. Plans call for a 5-story, brick and masonry development with 20 two-bedroom, 4 one-bedroom garden units and 4 studios. Because of its proximity to our $204,000,000 rehabbed Wilson L station, no on-site parking is planned. The site is currently home to a mostly vacant strip mall.

Uptown United (the chamber of commerce for Uptown) has given their support. If you feel strongly for or against the development, you are encouraged to attend. The choice is yours, Sheridan Park. We can maintain status quo on this corner or vote for a change that could spur development throughout Sheridan Park. 

Facebook event listing here.

Full plans for the development on Ald. Cappleman's website.

1 comment:

  1. What is a family-sized apt. in a multi-unit bldg, if not a 2BR? I don't think larger rentals exist.