Move-ins have kicked off for 12 four-story townhomes, located at 1648 W Division Street in Wicker Park. Planned by Vermillion Development, the new construction represents the second phase and final phase of a broader development known as Alcove Wicker Park. The project represents Wicker Park’s largest new townhome and condominium development in 15 years.
1650 W Division Street
Work is wrapping up on the townhome facades at Alcove Wicker Park, a 55-unit residential development situated at 1648 W Division Street in Wicker Park, just west of Polish Triangle. Planned by Vermillion Development, the 12 connected townhomes will follow the first-phase completion of a seven-story, 43-unit condominium tower. Both buildings are oriented around a central courtyard and nestled in the center of a triangular block formed by Division and Milwaukee.
Exterior work is nearing completion for the second and final phase of Vermillion Development‘s 55-unit residential project, known as Alcove Wicker Park at 1650 W Division Street. This newer portion comprises 12 townhomes, located just north of the Wicker Park seven-story condominium tower built in the first phase. A central courtyard will also be nestled between the buildings.
Permits were filed recently for the Alcove Wicker Park phase of Vermillion Development’s 55-unit residential project at 1650 W Division Street, consisting of 12 townhouses. In total, the project is expected to cost $15 million to build. Vermillion Wicker Park Development, LLC is listed as the owner, while Howard Hirsch of Hirsch MPG is listed as the architect of record.