On the heels of the massive MiCa project, which opened to Logan Square renters in October 2016, DNAInfo Chicago reports another contemporary residential project may go up in the neighborhood.

Joseph Kiferbaum of Kiferbaum Development LLC hopes to build a three-story, six townhome development near the California Blue Line stop. The company is seeking a zoning change to build the townhomes, which would offer about 1,800 square feet of space and would start at $499,000.

Construction would require the demolition of a two-story building at the site. The Greater Goethe Neighborhood Association had a community meeting regarding the project this week and, among other stipulations, will only support the project if one of the townhomes is affordable.

Proposed for 2731 W. Prindiville St., the townhomes will be close to MiCA, the glass-wrapped, 216-unit apartment building at Milwaukee and California Avenues (hence the New York neighborhood-esque abbreviation) that billed itself as a "transit-oriented" development boasting proximity to hip restaurants and coffee shops. With Kiferbaum's planned townhomes, it seems demand is high for housing in the neighborhood.


Modern Townhomes Proposed Near California Blue Line Stop in Logan Square [DNAInfo Chicago]