Site preparation is underway for the final two structures of a five building development called West Loop Collection. The 40-unit condominium complex is being developed by POGN Development at 240 S Green Street. Photos show fencing and equipment on the lot where the remaining two buildings will rise, with the site for the fourth structure already partially excavated.
The overall development sits on a rectangular plot of land stretching over 430 feet along S Green Street in West Loop‘s southeast quadrant. Transportation access includes the Jackson & Peoria stop for bus route 126, located at the site’s southern edge. Additional nearby bus access can be found via the Halsted & Jackson stop, a two-minute walk west. The nearest CTA L stop is the UIC-Halsted station, located on the Blue Line and accessible via a five-minute walk south. Additional nearby points of interest include Mary Bartelme Park, a three-minute walk northwest, as well as the University of Illinois Chicago campus, a six-minute walk south.
Each of the project’s five buildings will have eight units within, and each building’s layout is configured to include two mirroring floor plans on every level. The first three floors contain two units apiece, and the fourth and fifth floors have penthouse units, spanning 3,427 square feet. Available listings show a third-story three-bedroom unit priced at $979,000, while a penthouse unit is listed for $1,999,900. Every unit will have access to one parking space in the first-floor garage.
While the project’s architect has not been disclosed, the completed sister buildings and past renderings reveal a limestone and brick facade, with private balconies attached to each unit’s living room. The penthouses include additional deck space attached to the second floor of the units.
There is a target completion date for later this year.