2002 W 18th St, Chicago, IL
Cook county
PIN: 17-19-301-047-0000


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Zoning Assessment details & insights on local zoning and housing regulations

current zoning is C1-2

2002 W 18th St is in Heart of Chicago
and zoned C1-2 on a ~6,031 square foot lot. (The lot size was automatically measured on the Cook County parcel map and does not replace the need for a survey.).

zoning map last updated May 29, 2020

Not in an overlay district

Not in the Lakefront Protection District
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Housing at 2002 W 18th St

ADUs Understand the proposed ADU law

Since this lot is not in a Residential (R) zoning district, neither a backyard home (coach house) nor an interior accessory dwelling unit are allowed.

Unit calculator

  • 6 dwelling units allowed
  • 1 efficiency (studio) unit can be built, combined with 5 dwelling units. The C1-2 zoning district allows up to 20% of total units to be efficiency (studio) units.
  • 8 SRO units allowed*

No guarantee. Lot size, height limit, and setbacks affect the number of permitted dwelling units; other factors and exemptions can affect these automated estimates. Order a zoning report for a detailed confidential assessment.

  • Dwelling units: The parcel lot area is 6,031 sq.ft. x 2.2 FAR, making the max floor area 13,269 sq. ft. The minimum lot area per dwelling unit is 1,000 sq.ft.: 6,031/1,000 = 6 units
  • Efficiency units: The maximum amount of efficiency units is 20%. The remainder, for dwelling units, is 80%. The blended minimum lot area (MLA) is 940 (700 x 20% + 1000 x 80%). The total number of units is 6 (area of 6,031/940 MLA). Lastly, the maximum number of efficiency units is 6 (total number of units) x 20% (maximum amount), or 1. The number of dwelling units allowed is 6 (total units) - 1 (efficiency units) = 5. (Per 17-1-0605-B, all fractional housing units are rounded down.) - Note: Being in a TOD will change the MLA and the blended MLA; being within 660 feet of a CTA or Metra station entrance, or an eligible CTA bus corridor, eliminates the maximum number of efficiency units rule.
  • SRO units: The parcel lot area is 6,031 sq.ft. x 2.2 FAR, making the max floor area 13,269 sq. ft. The minimum lot area per SRO unit is 700 sq.ft.: 6,031/700 = 8 units (the Zoning Administrator will verify that these are bona fide SRO [single room occupancy] units - inquire with us to learn what this means)

Zoning uses in C1-2


Zoning standards for C1-2 (C)

FAR (floor area ratio)
2.2 (multiply this number by the lot area to know how much floor area a business or development can have)
Maximum height
Varies by lot frontage, and whether building has ground-floor commercial space. (See 17-3-0408)
Minimum lot area
N/A
Minimum lot area per unit
1,000
Lot area per efficency/studio unit
700
Lot area per micro/SRO unit
700
Setback: Front
None, unless property borders an R-zoned lot. Then the front setback must be at least 50% of the R lot's front setback. (See 17-3-0404.)
Setback: Side
None, unless property borders an R-zoned lot. Then the R lot's front setback applies.
Setback: Rear
If property has dwelling units, minimum of 30 ft. If its rear property line borders the side property line of an R-zoned lot, the rear setback must equal the side setback of the R-zoned lot. If rear line borders the R lot's rear line, setback must be at least 16 ft.

Plain language rules come from Second City Zoning.

Parking requirements

The City of Chicago requires off-street car parking (on the property) for nearly all buildings and developments, as well as new businesses. We have distilled the most important parking requirements for residential developments. Parking requirements for non-residential developments are too complex to be simplified here at this time as they are based on the type and size of the business or development being proposed.

Parking requirements for developments with non-residential uses require a zoning assessment that's specific to the proposal. Contact us to order a customized zoning assessment.

Review the TOD Status below to determine if this location is eligible, based on its proximity to transit, to take advantage of a reduced off-street car parking requirement.

The Chicago Zoning Ordinance allows for off-site shared or cooperative parking for situations when off-street parking cannot be provided on the same property.

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ARO – Affordable housing requirements

The Affordable Requirements Ordinance (ARO) regulations apply to certain residential developments. Get more details about ARO to learn if it is applicable.

Baseline: In projects that receive a zoning change, TIF money, or city-owned land, and add or build 10 or more units, 10% of those units must be rented or sold at an affordable price set by the City of Chicago.

In lieu fees

2020 fees

  • ARO zone: high income
  • In lieu fee: $132,411 per unbuilt required affordable unit
    (the fee is the same whether rental or for sale)

The 2021 fee will be posted in January 2021

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ARO pilot area

2002 W 18th St is in the ARO Pilot 2018 - Pilsen, which increases the baseline amount of affordable housing from 10% to 20%, and the in lieu fee is increased to $182,411.

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We last updated our zoning map in May 29, 2020. Our earliest zoning map is from August 2012. *The "Date changed" is when the zoning district's boundaries were modified by City of Chicago staff; sometimes it reflects when this address was rezoned.


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Parcel dimensions

6,031 sq. ft. / 0.138 acres / 347 ft. perimeter / 4 sides
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Owned or managed by

Taxpayer info as of 7/16/2020:

Beginning in 2013 or earlier:

RUBEN G MANDUJANO

2002 W 18th St
Chicago, Il 60608

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Information for this property was last checked 7/16/2020 and a change was noted.

Property values

2019 tax year

Total assessed value
$60,000
Assessment pass
2020 Assessor First Pass

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Recordings

10/26/1999
amendment
5/2/1996
amendment
12/9/1994
amendment
10/20/1994
amendment
10/12/1994
amendment

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TOD status for 2002 W 18th St, Chicago, IL

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Properties in Chicago near train stations – CTA's rapid transit 'L' and Metra's commuter rail – and selected bus corridors may be eligible for bonuses under the city's Transit-Served Location (a.k.a. TOD) ordinance.

TOD 2002 W 18th St is likely eligible for the benefits of the Transit-Served Location ordinance because of its zoning class (C1-2) and close proximity to transit.

Results

Nearest station entrance: Damen CTA Pink Line station, 1,154 feet away (direct line). It must be within 1,320 feet, or 2,640 feet if on a "Pedestrian Street".

Nearest TOD bus corridor: Western Avenue, 2,563 feet away (direct line). It must be within 1,320 feet, or 2,640 feet if on a "Pedestrian Street".


Benefits

It's eligible for these project benefits:

  • Less parking - Minimum parking requirements eliminated (additional approval required for residential projects that are proposing fewer than 0.5 spaces per unit)


Allowable distances

The standard allowable distance is 1,320 feet.

Pedestrian Street

This is not on or within 150 feet of a zoned Pedestrian Street. If the site is on the Pedestrian Street, and in a B, C, D, or M zoning district, it would be allowed to be up to 2,640 feet from a train station entrance and remain eligible (except for RM-6 and RM-6.5 zoning districts).

How this is measured

TOD status is measured in a direct line between the nearest CTA or Metra station entrance or the centerline of the roadway with the nearest CTA bus corridor and the closest lot line. These lot lines do not have the accuracy of a survey.

The distance is automatically measured by our mapping system. We have taken steps to ensure high accuracy; a survey and a zoning assessment will provide the most accurate measurements.

Nearby transit

Nearest CTA/Metra station entrance

Damen CTA Pink Line station
about 2.0 blocks away / 1,297 feet (walking distance)

Nearest eligible bus corridor

Western Avenue
about 4.0 blocks away / 2,639 feet (walking distance).

TOD map notes

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Walking distance is approximate in a city with a street grid. Blocks refer to the 1/8th mile typical block length in Chicago. Lines are measured to nearest station entrance; in Chicago, additionally measured to nearest eligible bus corridor.


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Home mortgages in 2002 W 18th St's Census tract

This section is inspired by the joint WBEZ and City Bureau investigation, called "Where Banks Don't Lend", of home mortgage lending activity in Chicago. The investigation used data about applications for a new home mortgage collected by the federal government pursuant to the Home Mortgage Disclosure Act (HMDA). The investigation found that the country's largest banks, and the ones with the most loans in Chicago, have disproportionately not lended in neighborhoods of color. Additionally, redlining and other discriminatory actions by lenders and real estate agents in the 20th century in Chicago led to contract buying as the only way Black people could "buy" homes. Info on refinancing is excluded

94 home mortgage loans were applied for, and 78 were issued to households in this Census tract from 2012-2018, where the dominant race/ethnic group is Hispanic.

Who applied for a new mortgage

"Race - ethnicity", as recorded on the loan application (ordered by most to least applications)

  • White - Hispanic or Latino
    39.4% of applicants
    37 applications / 31 issued, 6 denied (16.2% denied)
    $7,612,000 of money applied for
  • White - Not Hispanic or Latino
    28.7% of applicants
    27 applications / 23 issued, 4 denied (14.8% denied)
    $7,177,000 of money applied for
  • Not applicable - Not applicable
    14.9% of applicants
    14 applications / 11 issued, 3 denied (21.4% denied)
    $6,267,000 of money applied for
  • Information not provided by applicant in mail, Internet, or telephone application - Information not provided by applicant in mail, Internet, or telephone application
    8.5% of applicants
    8 applications / 7 issued, 1 denied (12.5% denied)
    $1,700,000 of money applied for
  • Asian - Not Hispanic or Latino
    3.2% of applicants
    3 applications / 3 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $736,000 of money applied for
  • Black or African American - Not Hispanic or Latino
    3.2% of applicants
    3 applications / 2 issued, 1 denied (33.3% denied)
    $938,000 of money applied for
  • Information not provided by applicant in mail, Internet, or telephone application - Hispanic or Latino
    1.1% of applicants
    1 application / 0 issued, 1 denied (100.0% denied)
    $215,000 of money applied for
  • White - Information not provided by applicant in mail, Internet, or telephone application
    1.1% of applicants
    1 application / 1 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $110,000 of money applied for

About this Census tract, race, and ethnicity

Race and ethnicity labels are the same ones used by the U.S. Census Bureau, which says, among other things, that someone who identifies as Hispanic or Latino can be of any race and that Asian has many subgroups.

Hispanic or Latino, any race
4,738 people / 87.9%
Black, not Hispanic or Latino
31 people / 0.6%
White, not Hispanic or Latino
511 people / 9.5%
Asian, not Hispanic or Latino
50 people / 0.9%
People of other races and ethnicities
61 people / 1.1%
Learn more about this area

A Census tract is an area the U.S. Census Bureau uses to count people and estimate population characteristics there, including about educational attainment, personal and household income, housing types and costs, and more. In urban areas, Census tracts are only a couple of blocks wide and a couple of blocks long.

The full ID of this Census tract is 17031310900. Find all those statistics for this Census tract on Census Reporter.

Further reading

  • The New York Times found that some Census tracts are "diversifying" because new homeowners are overwhelmingly white (2019)
  • Look over the redlining maps drawn by the federal government in the 1930s and used by banks to avoid lending in areas (if a single Black person lived in an area, it was marked red)

Loan amount statistics

  • smallest: $8,000
  • largest: $875,000
  • average: $263,351
  • median: $230,500

Denial statistics

94 applications in this Census tract from 2012-2018; 16 were denied (17.0%).

Lenders across Chicago top 10 most money lent

  1. Guaranteed Rate
    Total lent: $8.2B
  2. JPMorgan Chase
    Total lent: $7.5B
  3. Wells Fargo
    Total lent: $3.6B
  4. Wintrust
    Total lent: $2.7B
  5. Perl Mortgage
    Total lent: $2.1B
  6. Citigroup
    Total lent: $1.9B
  7. Associated Bank
    Total lent: $1.8B
  8. Bank of America
    Total lent: $1.5B
  9. Fifth Third Bank
    Total lent: $1.3B
  10. U.S. Bank
    Total lent: $1.1B
  11. PNC
    Total lent: $1.1B
  12. Draper and Kramer Mortgage Corp.
    Total lent: $1.1B

The list above was created by the WBEZ/City Bureau investigation. We are using HMDA data that WBEZ and City Bureau assembled the HMDTA data from two sources.

Lenders in this Census tract

  1. Guaranteed Rate
    20.2% of applications
    19 applications / 15 issued, 4 denied (21.1% denied)
    $4,885,000 of money applied for
  2. Wintrust
    8.5% of applications
    8 applications / 7 issued, 1 denied (12.5% denied)
    $2,295,000 of money applied for
  3. Wells Fargo
    4.3% of applications
    4 applications / 4 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $490,000 of money applied for
  4. Fifth Third Bank
    3.2% of applications
    3 applications / 3 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $525,000 of money applied for
  5. Chase
    3.2% of applications
    3 applications / 1 issued, 2 denied (66.7% denied)
    $1,346,000 of money applied for
  6. LeaderOne Financial
    3.2% of applications
    3 applications / 3 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $809,000 of money applied for
  7. CANADIANIMPERIALBANKOFCOMMERCE
    2.1% of applications
    2 applications / 1 issued, 1 denied (50.0% denied)
    $500,000 of money applied for
  8. Citibank
    2.1% of applications
    2 applications / 1 issued, 1 denied (50.0% denied)
    $475,000 of money applied for
  9. First Centennial Mortgage
    2.1% of applications
    2 applications / 2 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $535,000 of money applied for
  10. First Eagle Bank
    2.1% of applications
    2 applications / 2 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $595,000 of money applied for

The top 20 lenders in the list above was automatically generated by our system using the HMDA data from the WBEZ/City Bureau investigation.

top 20 most new mortgage applications

  1. FIRSTMERIT
    2.1% of applications
    2 applications / 2 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $223,000 of money applied for
  2. GCBANCCORP
    2.1% of applications
    2 applications / 1 issued, 1 denied (50.0% denied)
    $577,000 of money applied for
  3. PANORAMAMORTGAGEGROUP
    2.1% of applications
    2 applications / 0 issued, 2 denied (100.0% denied)
    $870,000 of money applied for
  4. Perl Mortgage
    2.1% of applications
    2 applications / 2 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $662,000 of money applied for
  5. ROYALFINANCIAL
    2.1% of applications
    2 applications / 2 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $1,042,000 of money applied for
  6. Stonegate Mortgage
    2.1% of applications
    2 applications / 2 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $436,000 of money applied for
  7. US Bank
    2.1% of applications
    2 applications / 2 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $261,000 of money applied for
  8. AMERICANFINANCIALRESOURCES
    1.1% of applications
    1 application / 1 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $195,000 of money applied for
  9. AmericanPortfolioMortgage
    1.1% of applications
    1 application / 1 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $142,000 of money applied for
  10. Associated Bank
    1.1% of applications
    1 application / 1 issued, 0 denied (0.0% denied)
    $145,000 of money applied for

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