The development at 140 North Ashland Avenue is advancing, with fiber cement installation now well underway for this 12-story mixed-use project in the Near West Side. Marquette Companies, the developer, has combined this new structure with a pre-existing five-story brick building from the 1920s on its southern boundary. Upon completion, the building will contain 210 apartments above retail establishments on the ground level.
140 N Ashland Avenue
Located in the Near West Side neighborhood along Union Park, the structure and outer walls for 140 N Ashland Avenue have now reached their full height. This 12-story mixed-use building planned by developer Marquette Companies will integrate with a 1920s era, five-story brick structure on its southern side. Once complete, the complex will feature 210 apartment units above ground-level retail spaces.
As the 30th tallest construction project in Chicago’s year-end countdown and set to stand 155 feet in height, 140 N Ashland Avenue is now making headway in Near West Side. The 12-story building by Marquette Companies will attach to an existing five-story brick building, offering a total 210 rental apartments in addition to first-floor retail. At least 10 percent of the units will be affordable, while the remaining five percent will either be on- or off-site (yet to be indicated).
Structural work has now begun on the second floor of 140 N Ashland Avenue, a 12-story mixed-use building rising in Near West Side. Under development by Marquette Companies, the new building will be integrated with an existing five-story brick building adjacent south, yielding a total of 210 apartments atop ground-level retail. The development will yield a minimum of 10 percent on-site affordable units, while it has yet to be determined if the remaining five percent will be on site or off.
As excavation work wraps up for the new 12-story apartment building at 140 N Ashland Avenue in Near West Side, Marquette Companies is preparing to begin construction on the new mixed-use development. The new building will be integrated with a 1920s-era five-story masonry building directly south, yielding a total of 210 apartments atop ground-level retail. The development will yield at a minimum 10 percent on-site affordable units, with a remaining five percent either on site or off site.