Madison + Carpenter Receives Metal Facade Pieces in West Loop

Madison + CarpenterMadison + Carpenter. Rendering by SGW Architecture & Design

The Madison + Carpenter project, led by ZSD Corp, is swiftly progressing, replacing a series of single-story masonry structures with a six-story building at 6 N Carpenter Street in the center of West Loop. Despite being under construction, the 13 condominiums within this development are already sold out.

Madison + Carpenter. Photo by Jack Crawford

Madison + Carpenter. Photo by Jack Crawford

The units range from 2,400 to 3,800 square feet, and are priced between $2 and $3 million. Every unit offers private elevator entry, open floor plans, 3-5 bathrooms, a separate family room, 1-2 offices, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Additionally, they come with spacious outdoor living rooms, creating more bedrooms and bathrooms than any other new construction development in the area.

Madison + Carpenter. Photo by Jack Crawford

SGW Architecture & Design, the project architect, integrated metal cladding, broad windows, and large stacked terraces into the structure. A unique design feature is the facade, which forms an open-air parapet at the southeast corner.

The project will have an on-site garage with 26 spaces, as well as various nearby options such Divvy bike stations, bus services on Routes 8 and 20, and Green and Pink Line service via Morgan station.

The residences offer urban views and ample natural light through glass facades. Each unit also includes a kitchen with fully integrated appliances, custom cabinetry, and quartz countertops, as well as two heated garage parking spaces and on-site storage.

The construction is handled by ZSD Construction, a branch of ZSD Corp, with project completion expected later this year.

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5 Comments on "Madison + Carpenter Receives Metal Facade Pieces in West Loop"

  1. Even tho it’s gone up at a glacial pace, it DOES look almost exactly like the rendering. Kudos to the contractor and construction firms.

    • Thanks Zaptron – It was a tough build. You can thank outside influences for the glacial pace 😉

      • Ah, supply chain woes? Well you guys should be proud of your work. You rarely see steel construction in residential like this nowadays.

        • Supply chain woes and labor issues. The labor market woes are much less talked about than supply chain woes 🙂

  2. Tasteful addition to west loop, congrats to developer for good taste and meeting market demands.

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