Structural work has reached the third floor for a new four-story residential building, located at 2401 S State Street in Near South Side. Planned by City Pads, the the new development will house 19 units, 10 accessory parking spaces, and 33 bicycle spaces. The development will replace a previously vacant plot of land at the corner of S State Street and E 24th Street.
Arden Freeman of Built Form is the architect of record. No drawings or renderings appear to have been published, though current construction progress shows a gray brick facade and vertical bays along its sides.
Residents will find various bus options nearby, including north and southbound stops for Route 29 at the adjacent corner of State & 24th. Additional nearby service includes Routes 1 and 4 via a four-minute walk east to Michigan & 24th Street. Meanwhile, Route 21 is a six-minute walk north to Cermak-McCormick Place station, with additional CTA L Green Line service. Meanwhile, those looking to board the CTA L Red Line can find nearest access at Cermak-Chinatown station via a 10-minute walk northwest. Lastly, Metra access is available at 27th Street station, located a 20-minute walk southwest toward the lakefront.
Outdoor space can be found nearby at Park No. 540 within a three-minute walk west. The property also lies across form the Southbridge megadevelopment that will be constructed in phases over the next several years.
Anka Builders & Construction is serving as general contractor for the reportedly $4 million venture. A set completion date has not yet been posted.