Yesterday, a ribbon-cutting ceremony was held for a new three-building mixed-income housing development known as Schiller Place Apartments in Near North Side. Situated at 711, 731 and 749 W Schiller Street, the project is a collaboration between co-developers Structured Development and Evergreen Real Estate Group and governmental bodies such as the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) and Illinois Housing Development Authority (IHDA).
Evergreen Real Estate Group
Final facade work is underway for the three-building development known as Schiller Place Apartments, each rising four stories under the addresses 711-749 W Schiller Street in Near North Side. This residential undertaking has been planned by Evergreen Real Estate and Structured Development, whose plans include 16 apartment dwellings within each building, for a total of 48. These residences will vary between one- and two-bedroom floorplans. Other features include a leasing office in the easternmost building, landscaping and street improvements, as well as 18 surface parking spaces in the rear.
Masonry installation has begun to enshroud a trio of residential buildings, known collectively as Schiller Place Apartments in Near North Side. Set to replace a previously vacant lot at 711-749 W Schiller Street, the project will come with a total of 48 apartments ranging from one- to two- bedroom residences. Co-developers Evergreen Real Estate and Structured Development plan for 16 units in each building, with eight total residences designated as affordable.
Structural work is now at the second floor for Schiller Place Apartments, a three-building residential development at 711-749 W Schiller Street in Near North Side. Prior to construction, the narrow site was occupied by a vacant grass lot.
Foundation work is advancing swiftly for three residential buildings at 711-749 W Schiller Street in Near North Side. Co-planned by Evergreen Real Estate Group and Structured Development, each of the four-story buildings will house a total of 16 units. Amongst the 48 total residences, eight will be affordable while the remaining will be market-rate.