Construction is getting closer to completion or 2010 S Ashland Avenue, a 16-unit affordable residential project in Pilsen. The development will feature eight one-bedrooms, six two-bedrooms, and two three-bedroom apartments. Amenities will include a community room with a library and lounge, on-site laundry, bicycle storage, and an elevator.
Developed by The Resurrection Project, the building is the second of a two-part project called Casa Durango. In total, the project brings 52 new affordable units to an area that has been looking to maintain a reasonable cost of living in the Pilsen area.
DesignBridge is the project architect, whose facade features a mix of dark and light brick. Other architectural features include a cornice piece, dark metal window accents, and a slightly recessed bay along the center of the frontage. Along the sidewalk, various landscape improvements will also be made.
Closest southbound bus service for Route 9 can be found at Ashland & Cullerton. For northbound Route 9, additional service is available less than a minute walk further north. Bus routes within walking distance include Route 18 to the north, Route 60 to the east, and Route 21 to the south.
Future residents looking to board the CTA L will find nearest Pink Line service available at 18th station. For Orange Line trains, access is available at Ashland station.
The LEED Gold certified building is being built by Linn-Mathes Inc. A completion is anticipated before the end of this year.