Construction has topped out on the fourth building in PLSN Condos, located at 816-832 W Cullerton Street in Pilsen. Located along W Cullerton Street, the site is between S Halsted Street and S Peoria Street. Public 2 LLC is the developer behind the project.
Designed by Hanna Architects, the development is made up of four parcels with three buildings at 816 W Cullerton Street, 822 W Cullerton Street, 826 W Cullerton Street, and 832 W Cullerton Street. Construction is progressing on the development and is significantly complete. All of the buildings are designed similarly, with each having four floors, except 832 W Cullerton Street with three floors.
816 W Cullerton Street, 822 W Cullerton Street, and 826 W Cullerton Street will consist of three almost identical buildings, each four stories tall and with six residential units, totaling 18 units for the complex. Each building will have a rooftop deck, rear decks with stairs, and detached three-car garages along the alley. Buildings at 822 and 826 W Cullerton Street will have a basement, while 816 W Cullerton Street will feature retail space on the first floor without a basement.
832 W Cullerton is a final fourth building, rising three stories with five residential units. The building will also feature a basement, rooftop deck, rear deck with stairs, and a detached six-car garage. The structure is now finished and was the first to be complete. 826 W Cullerton is also complete.
Work is complete on 832 W Cullerton Street and 826 W Cullerton Street. The building at 822 W Cullerton Street looks to be completed, awaiting new residents.
At 816 W Cullerton, the structure has fully topped out, including the final roof framing and brickwork. The windows for the residential floors have been installed, and crews have been working on the interior. The ground-floor retail space remains exposed. The storefronts await installation, with the wood framing of the ceiling exposed.
The nearest CTA public transportation are Route 8 and 62 buses, accessed at the Halsted and Cullerton stop, within a one-minute walk from the site.
DOM Properties Investment is in charge of the construction of the project. The development began deliveries this past fall 2020. Due to the staggered construction, this deadline is most likely intended for the initial units, with the rest of the development likely to complete within the next year.
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I like the contrasting brick and subtle use of color. Chicago could use some more white brick.
Much better than most. Simple, clean and colors rarely used. I wish it was 8-10 stories. 4 & 5 story buildings are do overdone and lack presence.
For the dramatic framing of the facades, the entryways and staircases (stoops?) really leave something to be desired.