The Chicago Plan Commission has approved the residential development at 1225 S Indiana Avenue in the South Loop. Located on the northeast corner of the intersection with E 13th Street in the rear of One Museum Park, the proposal dubbed ‘Parkway Residences‘ will replace a long-time vacant lot marked for a low-density project. Developer Greif Properties is working with local firm 2RZ Architecture on the building and Blue Stem Design on its landscape.
1225 S Indiana Avenue
A new residential development is in the proposal phase for 1225 S Indiana Avenue in South Loop. The privately-funded project, dubbed Parkway Residences, will replace a vacant grass lot with a five-story building containing 100 for-rent dwelling units. In collaboration with unknown developer, 2RZ Architecture has envisioned the low-rise structure to include landscaped terraces, a club room, a fitness room, a sprawling rooftop terrace, and an accompanying public park. The heavily landscaped grounds have been conceived by the landscape architecture firm Blue Stem Design.