Brick installation has begun for JK Equities‘ 1400 Monroe, a seven-story condominium building located near the southwest corner of West Loop. The project addressed as 1404 W Monroe Street will yield 42 residences, ranging in size from 1,242 to 3,887 square feet. Prices will fall between $650,000 and $2.5 million.
1404 W Monroe Street
Structural work has completed with the outer walls now at full height for 1400 Monroe, a seven-story condominium building in West Loop. Officially located at 1404 W Monroe Street and developed by JK Equities, the development will incorporate 38 total units with 42 parking spaces and 22 bike spaces.
The inner core portion has reached roof height for 1400 Monroe, the seven-story residential building at 1404 W Monroe Street, developed by JK Equities. Permits were been issued earlier this summer, with construction since progressing rapidly on the West Loop project, comprising 42 condominium units.
Foundation work is progressing at 1400 Monroe, located at 1400 W Monroe Street in the West Loop neighborhood. Photos of the site from this week show concrete pouring for the partially-completed foundation, as well as additional on-site equipment. JK Equities is developing the seven-story residential development with 42 condominium units.
Construction permits have been filed for a seven-story residential building at 1404 W Monroe Street in West Loop. The project is branded as “1400 Monroe” and permit filings list 1400 Monroe Owner LLC as responsible for the development. The corner lot is located at the intersection of W Monroe Street and S Loomis Street, and lies just north from Skinner park and one block west of Mark T. West Elementary School. The 20 bus route runs just north of the property along W Madison Street, with the nearest stop one block away on S Loomis Street. The north-and-south-oriented 9 bus route is also located in the vicinity, with stations two blocks northwest and two blocks southwest. Nearby CTA L stations include a seven-minute walk southeast to Racine station on the Blue Line, as well as a 12-minute walk northwest to Ashland station on the Pink and Green Lines.