Metal paneling can now be seen enveloping four-story residential building at 2401 S State Street. Developed by City Pads, the Near South Side development sits caddy-corner from the Southbridge megadevelopment, where it will add an additional 19 units. These residences will be accompanied by 10 off-street parking spaces and 33 bike slots.
Built Form is behind the design, whose massing involves a series of vertical bays. While details regarding the facade materials have been somewhat obscured, the current paneling indicates that the final design is to be a mix of dark brick and dark gray metal.
Closest bus transit can be found for Route 29, located at the adjacent State & 24th intersection. Also nearby are bus Routes 1 and 4, servicing the Michagan & 24th Street intersection via a four-minute walk east. Those looking to board the CTA L will find Green Line trains at Cermak-McCormick Place station, a six-minute walk north.
The currently-densifying neighborhood offers various nearby points of interest such as the five-acre Park 540, a two-minute walk west. Meanwhile, a host of retail and dining options are also in close proximity, with the Michigan Avenue commercial corridor just a three-minute walk east of the site.
The $4 million construction has been carried out by Anna Builders & Construction. As of now, an anticipated completion and move-in date remains unknown.