Exterior construction has concluded for a four-story mixed-use development at 2317 N Clark Street in Lincoln Park. The new structure, developed by 2300 N Clark LLC, houses retail on its ground floor, offering 2,228 square feet of space. It features a broad 73-foot wide storefront, wrapping around to the adjacent alleyway. The remaining three levels are residential, accommodating 45 rental units. These units come in one-, two-, and three-bedroom configurations.
Replacing a one-story masonry building demolished in 2017, the new structure stands 50 feet in height. The design, conceptualized by 2R/Z Architecture, is characterized by dark textured metal paneling, large windows, and inset balconies. A second-level recessed terrace also accompanies the structure, along with tan masonry cladding along the first floor.
2317 N Clark Street. Photo by Jack Crawford
In addition to residential and retail spaces, the development features a first-floor garage providing parking for 28 vehicles. The location is particularly accessible for public transport users, being close to bus routes 22 and 36 at Clark & Belden. Moreover, the Fullerton station, which is a 15-minute walk to the west, provides connections to the Red, Purple, and Brown CTA lines.
Overseeing this $5 million project was Star Development, serving as the general contractor. As of now, it is unclear when the units will be officially available for move-ins.