I really hope that this is not off topic for this group, if it is then
please tell me and, if possible, please direct me to a newsgroup more
We have a 125' by 30' plot in Chicago that we are considering
developing into either a rental or a condominium property. We have some
1 What are the initial steps ?
2 When do we consult an architect/
3 when do we begin to pay
4 how much does this cost?
5 How long does the process take?
I know these are high level questions but we have to start somewhere.
Thank you in advance for any help you can give.
When nothing seems to help, I go and look at a stonecutter hammering away at
his rock perhaps a hundred times without as much as a crack showing in it.
What are you allowed to build on a 30' wide lot? That's pretty narrow.
Zero lot line? Setbacks? How much? Checked the zoning?
If you are able to do some sort of condo (won't be many) you will need a
After you figure out what you can/want to do
As soon as you start talking to professionals
Probably several times what you think it will
At least twice as long as you think it will
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You have a vacant lot, 3,750 square feet, in Chicago. I
suggest you do a little reading first.
That's the Parent directory, select the Zoning and Building
You have the absolute minimum lot size for....well, you'll see.
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