The developer behind “Cadence,” a new apartment building at 2050 W Ogden Avenue in Illinois Medical District, has released new interior photos showcasing both the residences and common areas. Developed and managed by East Lake Management, Cadence stands 236 feet tall within the Illinois Medical District, offering 161 apartments, ideal for students and medical professionals as it sits just a short walk away from Rush University Medical Center and is close to the UIC campus and Fulton Market.
Designed by Piekarz Associates, the building is clad in dichromatic metal patterning and features a full amenity suite. Residents will have access to an outdoor terrace with grills, a state-of-the-art fitness center, coworking lounge, business center, outdoor rooftop pool, indoor lounge with billiards, bike storage, and on-site management.
With interior design by Brianne Bishop Design, the apartments are a mix of studios, one-bedrooms, and two-bedrooms. Cadence’s modern apartments will come with Samsung kitchen appliances, quartz countertops, Moen fixtures, Calacatta porcelain bathroom tile, plank flooring throughout including bedrooms, Whirlpool washer/dryer, and private balconies.
Luxury Living is exclusively marketing and leasing the property. Rent prices scale from $1,650 per month for studios, $1,850 per month for one-bedrooms, and $2,350 per month for two-bedroom units. The building is already over 25 percent leased and is expected to fill up by the end of the summer.
According to a recent article by Urbanize, East Lake expressed their enthusiasm regarding the pace of sales for the project and its status as one of the first multifamily mixed-use projects in the recent IMD development wave. “We’re excited to see Cadence hit the 25 percent leased milestone ahead of schedule. The community brings world-class living to the IMD and is delivering at the perfect time to welcome new residents working and studying at Rush University Medical Center,” said Luxury Living CEO and founder Aaron Galvin.