Construction is now complete for ZSD Corp‘s residential condominium development known as Peoria Green in West Loop. The six-story structure sits on an asymmetrically-shaped plot, and comprises of two separate wings. The east wing, addressed as 128 S Green Street, houses a total of 12 four-bedroom units, while the west wing at 123 S Peoria Street houses five larger five-bedroom units.
Facade work is approaching completion for Peoria Green, a six-story residential development underway in West Loop. The developer ZSD Corp is planning 17 condominium units split into two wings under the addresses 123 S Peoria Street and 128 S Green Street. The construction is replacing a former parking lot, adding to the rapidly evolving density of West Loop’s southeast corner.
Work on the western phase, the first of a two phase development, is nearing completion at Peoria Green. The six-story condominium project is located at 123 S Peoria Street and 128 S Green Street in West Loop. Developed by ZSD Corporation, the structure will yield 17 units and sit directly across from the family-friendly Mary Bartelme Park. All the units in the western phase will contain five bedrooms, each comprising approximately 4,300 square feet. Meanwhile, the eastern phase will have three- and four-bedroom units at 3,100 to 5,500 square feet, ranging in price from $1.65 to $3.2 million.
Exterior cladding has begun for the western portion of Peoria Green, a six-story condominium project in West Loop. With the dual addresses of 123 S Peoria Street and 128 S Green Street, the project fits into a narrow lot directly west of the 2.7-acre Mary Bartelme Park.
Work on the exterior wall has climbed the western face of the Peoria Green development, a six-story condominium project at 123 S Peoria Street in West Loop. Planned by ZSD Corporation, the building squeezes within an irregularly shaped lot, requiring it to split into adjacent east and west wings. ZSD Corporation plans for 17 units spread across its 70,000 square feet, ranging from four- to five-bedrooms. Prices range between $1.8 million and $3 million, according to the development website which also lists units are 90 percent sold. In January Crain’s reported that given the unexpected demand in sales, the developers altered the original programming to include more higher-priced units.