Luxury Gold Coast Town Homes, Chestnut Row Homes, Wins Excellence in Masonry Award in “Best of Stone” Category
CHICAGO, Dec. 17, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Chestnut Row Homes has been recognized by the Masonry Advisory Council in its Excellence in Masonry Award Program as “Best of Stone”. This award also honors the leadership and expertise of Berglund Construction Company and J.&E. Duff Masonry, Inc. The Masonry Advisory Council is a collaboration...
Empirical brewery is closing their Rogers Park Brew Pub mid-October, leaving prime commercial space available for lease at 1330 W. Morse Ave. According to Empirical ownership, the company has decided to refocus their resources on beer distribution.
TAWANI Property Management started of the first phase of construction for an eight-floor apartment building located at 1323 W. Morse Avenue in Chicago’s Rogers Park neighborhood. Construction is expected to be completed by spring 2019.
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Chicago neighborhoods are known for their character and diversity. When new structures added to the environment, it is hoped that they will be aesthetically compatible with the surrounding architecture while also delivering a modern sustainable design. When a new, eight-story, 50-unit luxury residential development was conceived for the Rogers Park...
After more than four years in the making, the collection of seven Italianate style residences known as the Chestnut Row Homes is ready to welcome its first tenants to the southwest corner of Clark and Chestnut Streets.
Crossing the intersection of Chestnut and Clark, it’s near impossible to miss the whir of construction in the area. The neighborhood is just one of many downtown witnessing a dramatic uptick in new housing, typically in the form of tall, slender towers packed with small units.
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Chicago’s long-running apartment construction boom has spawned a boomlet: multistory townhouses built expressly as rentals. While townhouses are nothing new, developers haven’t often built them as rentals. Until now.