Exterior Work Gears Toward Completion at Lincoln Park’s 1825 N Halsted Street

1825 N Halsted Street1825 N Halsted Street. Photo by Jack Crawford

Final exterior touches are now underway for a four-story residential building located at 1825 N Halsted Street in Lincoln Park. Owner APA 2020 Inc. has planned a total of three residences, with features such as a basement level with a three-car garage, a rooftop deck and stair enclosure, an elevator, and a rear porch spanning all above-grade floors. Prior to the new development, the narrow site was occupied by a three-story brick building.

1825 N Halsted Street

1825 N Halsted Street prior to development, via Google Maps

Chicago-based Hanna Architects is behind the masonry design, which involves a gray brick as the primary material with stone trimmings. The frontage also involves recessed balconies on the second through fourth floors.

1825 N Halsted Street

1825 N Halsted Street. Photo by Jack Crawford

The building’s future inhabitants will find bus service for Route 8 via a two-minute walk south to the intersection of Halsted & Willow. Also within a five-minute walking radius are Routes 9 and 72 to the south, as well as Route 73 to the north.

Those looking to board the CTA L will find the Red Line at North/Clybourn station via a six-minute walk south, while the Brown and Purple Lines at Armitage station is a nine-minute walk northwest.

1825 N Halsted Street

1825 N Halsted Street. Photo by Jack Crawford

Halsted Street offers an array of restaurant options spanning both to the north and south, while the retail-dense Clybourn Corridor is in close proximity southward. Nearest green space is available at Oz Park, situated an eight-minute walk northeast.

Deluxe Remodeling Inc has served as the general contractor for the $734,800 construction. A full completion appears imminent for this fall.

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2 Comments on "Exterior Work Gears Toward Completion at Lincoln Park’s 1825 N Halsted Street"

  1. Hideous

  2. Such a downgrade, they should have renovated the previous building

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