Evanston architect Andrew Spatz will seek approval Wednesday from the city’s Design and Project Review committee of his plan to convert a warehouse building at 2113 Greenleaf St. into 17 offices.

A model showing the front portion of the building after renovations, viewed from the southeast.

Spatz plans another of the distinctive designs featuring angled metal panels that he’s used on at least nine other renovation and new construction projects in Evanton over the years.

City officials say the plan complies with zoning regulations for the industrial zone in which the property is located.

The building has just under 20,000 square feet of space and will provide 29 parking spaces.

1900 Greenwood in an image from Google Maps.

Spatz recently completed another warehouse conversion project at 1900 Greenwood St., a 33,000 square foot, 13-unit, mixed-use, rental loft facility.

And he owns another warehouse building just around the corner from the Greenleaf building, at 1125 Hartrey Ave., which may also become an adaptive reuse project.

Bill Smith is the editor and publisher of Evanston Now.

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