Structural work has surpassed the fourth floor mark for a five-story residential building located at 5440 N Sheridan Road in Edgewater. Developer Cedar St. Companies has planned for a total of 78 rental units, distributed across 72 standard apartment layouts and six townhome-style layouts. The townhomes will be accessible from the street, and will each come with three bedrooms. The traditional-styled residences will consist of studios up through two-bedroom units.
Amenities will be housed within a top-floor indoor/outdoor common area, comprised of an indoor lounge, a fitness center, and two terraces. On-site transportation accommodations include 27 parking spaces and storage for 78 bikes.
Chicago-based architect Booth Hansen is behind the design, whose massing is arranged in a U-shape around a first-floor atrium. The fifth-floor, meanwhile, is stepped back to allow for the aforementioned deck space. The facade component will involve a palette of fiber cement board, metal paneling, and a darker brick near the rear.
As for public transit options, closest bus lines can be found for Routes 136, 147, and 151 just paces north to Sheridan & Catalpa. Also within walking distance is Route 84 to the north, Routes 92 and 146 to the south, and Route 36 to the west. Nearest CTA L service can also be found for the Ride Line via Bryn Mawr station, a seven-minute walk northwest.
Method Development is serving as the general contractor. As of now, it is unknown when the final completion date will be.
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I am a neighbor who lives on Sheridan road on this block between Catalpa and
balmoral. this construction has gone for about 1 1/2 years and still no date of completion has been given. The traffic in this area has been a annoyance A small construction this type should not take that long.
This construction project has gone on way too long! Was supposed to be completed in 2021. Its going at a snails pace and barely any actual work seems to happen on a day to day basis! Huge eyesore!