COMMUNITY MEETING RE 4010 N. LINCOLN AVE. DEVELOPMENT
Ald. Martin’s office is holding an online community meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, June 30, give all of us an opportunity to see and comment on the proposed plans for a 24- unit, mixed-use rental building at 4010 N. Lincoln, the former site of the Lincoln Restaurant. The development team from SNS Realty Group, based at 2042 W. Belmont Ave., will present its current plans, and those attending online will have the opportunity to ask questions and offer their perspectives. The registration link is here: bit.ly/4010lincoln
Northcenter Neighborhood Association is committed to keeping its residents informed about development in our community. We are also working to ensure transparency in government processes relating to zoning and land use. Working with our Alderman and other community organizations, we are encouraging responsible zoning and development within Northcenter. Our job is to make sure that the voice of Northcenter is heard to keep our neighborhood diverse, sustainable and supportive of our neighbors.
Please contact us if you are interested in joining the committee.
Click here for a list of Zoning Committee Position Letters.
James Nathan, Chair
Eli Lechter, Vice Chair
Kevin Sullivan, Board Liaison
Mary Jo Nathan, Secretary
Howard LueckeJack Lydon
The committee typically meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month, and NNA members are welcome to join us. Meeting dates and locations can be found on the NNA Calendar.
For a summary of the City of Chicago Zoning Code, click here. This summary sets out the various zoning classifications and the limits of each classification in terms of building height, floor area, required setbacks and other constraints.
To make use of the City of Chicago’s interactive zoning map, which can quickly help you find the zoning classification of each city lot, click this link.
The Zoning Committee has set out its development priorities in a set of Guidelines. We urge developers to consult these Guidelines in shaping their proposals, and we encourage NNA members to review the Guidelines and let the committee know where you believe changes or additions would be helpful. The Guidelines can be downloaded here.
Developers interested in presenting their plans for new projects in the NNA area should submit to the Zoning Committee copies of any documentation they have submitted or plan to present to either the 47th Ward office or the City of Chicago Zoning Board of Appeals or Plan Commission. The NNA Zoning Committee can be reached here.
There is an existing TIF (Tax Increment Financing) District in the NNA area, the Western Avenue South TIF. You can learn more about how TIFs work by downloading the TIF fact sheet to learn more about how TIFs work and what they mean to Northcenter. See below for a map of the Western Avenue South TIF.