Volo Development is behind the project, which will accommodate nine extra-wide condominiums. The construction will also come with a sprawling rooftop amenity deck, a partially above-grade basement level, and a rear parking garage with nine spaces and a second roof deck.
As indicated in submitted planning documents and the marketing website, there will be three duplex-down units occupying the basement and first floor, three simplex units on the second floor, and three duplex-up units on the third and fourth floors. The marketing website also notes that prices will begin in the $600,000s.
Red Architects is the architect for the masonry building, with a facade made up of aluminum paneling, varying shades of gray brick, and rows of floor-height window openings for ample light. Plans also call for large recessed balconies with glass and metal railings.
Beyond the nine off-street parking spaces, a Divvy bike station can be found directly across Elston, while bus stops for Routes 50, 73, and 74 can be found within a three-minute walk of the property. For rail service, the Metra’s Grayland station is a 13-minute walk southeast, while the CTA L Blue Line at Western station is a 23-minute walk southwest.
With a price tag of $1.5 million, the construction is being carried out by Diamond Partnership LLC. Currently, it appears that sales have not yet kicked off, though a completion and opening are targeted for next year.