Metal cladding is getting closer to completion for 4600 Kenmore Avenue, a six-story mixed-use building in Uptown. Under development by Cedar Street Companies, the project will offer 2,500 square feet of retail space at ground level and 62 rental apartments above.
The residential scope offers a range of floor plan sizes from studio up to two-bedroom apartments. To top it off, most units on the fifth level possess their own private terrace. There will be several amenities including a designated lobby, a dog-run, and a nearly 700-square-foot roof deck available to all residents. Transit accommodations will provide 62 bike slots and 13 parking spaces.
To give the building an impressive yet distinct look, Level Architecture has incorporated semi-reflective ACM panels that consist of 3D triangular patterns on its main façade. The secondary facade will also contribute to the overall design, featuring a flat gray metal paneling around the fifth floor. To complete this modernized aesthetic, the topmost level is set back from all other floors to provide residents with a green roof and rooftop terrace space.
Strategically placed next to bus stops for Routes 36 and 78, this bustling project is also a block away from the CTA Red and Purple Lines at Wilson station.
Method Construction is the general contractor for the $43 million project, which is close to wrapping up within the next few months.