The 10-story building will have 79 units on floors two through 10, and parking at the basement and first floor.
The project was originally conceived as a 13-story, 215-unit rental proposal. Curbed Chicago reported last summer that the “building design and programming was changed” before meeting with city council — to 95 condos. The number of units has presumably been reduced, according to the building permit.
The project’s architect is Pappageorge Haymes Partners and the general contractor is Norcon, Inc.
Subtrades include: Electrical, Hickey Electrical Contractors; masonry, Certified Masonry, Inc. and Concrete Structures of the Midwest, Inc.; and plumbing, refrigeration and ventilation, Martin Petersen Co. Inc.