Final facade work is wrapping up for Cashel Home‘s four-story residential building at 622 W Willow Street in Old Town.
The construction will provide a total of five condominiums, as well as a rooftop deck and stair enclosure, a basement level, and fireplaces within the units. Listed units shown on the developer’s website each contain three bedrooms and 2.5 baths, ranging in price from $1.2 million to $1.45 million.
The design by 360 Design Studio involves a beige-toned brick and limestone facade, along with expansive windows with dark metal trimming.
Parking will provide a detached garage with five total spaces, as well as access to various public transportation options within the vicinity. Closest bus access can be found via a four-minute walk west to Halsted & Willow, with service for Route 8. Additional bus service lies a five-minute walk south to North Ave & Larrabee, with service for Routes 9 and 72.
Those looking to board the CTA L can find Red Line service at North/Clybourn station via a nine-minute walk south. The Brown and Purple Lines can also be found at Sedgwick station via an 11-minute walk southeast.
Cashel Development LLC is also serving as general contractor, with move-ins now imminent.
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The architects presented a decent building on the outside, but clearly don’t know how to let it sit on the ground…..but, when you look at the interiors, all of the finishes look like closeouts from Home Depot – missed matched tiles, cabinetry wood colors, and overall interior creation looks like the worst spec house….its a neighborhood of buildings with character – adding character to the inside would have been the right thing to do……
I agree completely with J above. Also- for over a million dollars, bedrooms facing brick walls and basement living quarters seem like a stretch.
Exterior fire escape? Looks odd.
This is a feature of almost all Chicago walk up buildings, both new and old.