CA Ventures scores permit for 18-story Lakeview resi building

The 80-unit building at 450 West Belmont Avenue would overlook Belmont Harbor

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Jun.June 12, 2018 04:00 PM

450-454 W. Belmont renderings and CA Ventures CEO Thomas Scott

CA Ventures has been issued a city permit to begin construction on an 18-story apartment building in East Lakeview, set to deliver 80 new units at 450-454 West Belmont Avenue.

Plans call for 80 apartments at 450-454 West Belmont Avenue. The approval marks a second pass at a proposal originally offered by Chioros Properties in 2015, which would have included 95 units, according to Curbed.

The glass building, designed by architecture firm Antunovich Associates, would replace a pair of low-rise brick residences that were demolished this spring. The site is a few hundred feet west of Belmont Harbor, and walking distance from a packed stretch of shops and restaurants on Broadway.

CA Ventures owns an international portfolio of residential and commercial properties, including complexes for students and seniors. [Curbed] — Alex Nitkin


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