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Curb Appeal in Lakeview : Real Estate Advice

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Tue Oct 30, 2012
Rusty Payton answered:
Yes, building a roof deck in Chicago is no easy task and you certainly should be advised about building anything without a permit, design plans, etc. You must also consider whether local zoning will allow what you wish to accomplish. There are many restrictions on size, placement and ingress/egress. Talk with a reputable contractor and get several quotes. Good luck!


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Fri Feb 22, 2008
Mike Long answered:
Is there a differenc between a 3BR and 4BR home? Yes. Is a covered spot better than a ture outdoor spot? Same answer. Especially in a winter like the one we've been having. Lots of snow, less to brush off your car if it is covered. Parking pricing is going to depend on location. You said Lakeview/Lincoln Park. If it is close to the lake in either of those areas you will see a difference versus the west end of LP and Lakeview. The tougher the street parking the more expensive to purchase. Here are some very rough figures:
Outdoor spot: $12,000-17,000
Covered: $15,000-20,000
Garage:$22,000-30,000
Tandem outdoor:$20,000-27,000
Tandem indoor:$25,000-40,000

Could be more epsecially in some high rises. More details and we could give you a more accurate assessment.
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