Exterior cladding has begun for the western portion of Peoria Green, a six-story condominium project in West Loop. With the dual addresses of 123 S Peoria Street and 128 S Green Street, the project fits into a narrow lot directly west of the 2.7-acre Mary Bartelme Park.
ZSD Corporation is the developer behind the project, with the total number of units now at 17, after Crain’s reported that the original 20-unit plan was reconfigured to meet higher demand for the more expensive units. Permits for this new configuration were issued in July.
The western phase contains residences with five-bedroom units within 4,340 square feet. Meanwhile, the eastern phase is shown to have three- and four-bedroom homes, ranging in size from 3,100 to 5,500 square feet. Overall prices range from $1.65 million to $3.2 million.
The condominiums will feature 10-foot-tall ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, Archisesto Italian cabinetry, quartz countertops, and separate office/family rooms. Units will also feature terrace spaces, with penthouse units having access to private rooftop terraces.
Sullivan Goulette & Wilson is the project architect. The design includes a dark gray brick cladding and loft-inspired windows.
As far as parking, the most recent figure indicates that the on-site garage will have 28 spaces. Permits for the updated layout did not mention a change to this count. For public transportation, residents will have access to multiple bus lines within a five-minute walk, including stops for Route 126 to the south, Route 8 to the east, and Route 20 to the north. Nearest CTA L service can be found via a six-minute walk south to the Blue Line’s UIC-Halsted station, while the Green and Pink Lines are available via an 11-minute walk north to Morgan station.
Maris Construction is the general contractor for the roughly $15 million project. An opening will likely be staggered with the western portion to finish earlier. However, the exact dates are not currently known.
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