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Luxury Apartments Come to Uptown

1500  new  apartments,  some of them luxury,  are coming to Uptown!   Bringing hundreds  of new residents   to the area!

Located at 4337 N. Hazel St. and originally built in 1901, the three-story brick building is being renovated by Chicago-based Arbor Investment Management LLC, which has retained Spaces as the exclusive leasing brokerage. A decorated model is now available for tour, with first move-ins scheduled for May.

“When this property was built in 1901, it was one of the first luxury apartment buildings in Buena Park, so it’s a landmark within the neighborhood that has been reimagined for a new generation of renters,” said Bentley Phillips, founder Spaces Real Estate. “The building’s vintage charm, modern floor plans and amenities, and walkable location near the lakefront make Hazel Place a true standout in the North Side rental market.”

Hazel Place offers two- and three-bedroom floor plans – each with two or 2½ baths – ranging in size from 924 to 1,358 square feet and priced from $2,625 per month. Finishes include red oak hardwood flooring; modern kitchens with two-tone cabinetry, quartz countertops, tile backsplashes and stainless steel appliances; baths with sleek subway tile tub/shower surrounds; and bedrooms with spacious walk-in closets. Every residence also includes keyless smartphone-ready entry, smart lighting
controls, Nest thermostats and full Amazon Echo integration, as well as in-unit laundry.

Other big projects  in the neighborhood  include  811 Montrose  with  373  apartments.

Stewart School Lofts  with  64  apartments.

5050 Broadway  will  bring over 700 apartments!

975 Wilson  and  Sheridan  will build about  140 more apartments!

A total of 4 new buildings  are breaking this year!

 

 

Let’s find YOU a Space you LOVE!

Call Michael “LOVE” Snell
773-206-8359
Apartment Leasing Specialist / Renter’s Agent

Spaces Real Estate
3223 N Sheffield, Suite C, Chicago 60657

The Alley on Clark = Clarkview Apartments

The Alley: Over 40 Years of Counter Culture-Leather, Footwear, Jewelry, Belt Buckles Tshirts, & More! Goth, Punk, Alt, Metal, Motorcycle & Chicago Superstore! The legendary Alley Chicago store has become an infamous “landmark” destination for generations of counter-culture.  Ahhhh,  the good  old  days  on Clark Street!

The Alley Chicago through years of dedication and determination has become the Midwest’s premier one stop shop for bikers, punks, goths, rockers, and all other alternative lifestyles. The Owner, Mark Thomas, often states, “The more things change, the more they remain the same.” This holds true for our core customer base and our store philosophy. Faces change, trends change, but who we are and who our core customer is will always remain the same.

The owner to this day, still travels all over the world to bring unique items to you, our customer! He literally travels over 100,000 miles a year between visiting vendors, trade-shows, and just staying on top of the competition worldwide. His concept has always been, “If I can’t find it, I’ll make it!” The Alley Chicago is open 365 days a year to serve your rock n’ roll needs!!!

These days the Alley  is at  3221 N Clark St.

Now,  in its old space will be  Clarkview Apartments.

The developers are a group of local Chicagoans whose projects span diverse asset types, including apartments, condos, retail, commercial, parking garages & mixed-use.

Our goal is to add value to urban infill locations by delivering creative design solutions, environmentally friendly materials and exceptional execution.

The developers have solicited and incorporated input from the neighborhood association and the Alderman to balance the needs of the local residents while respecting the site and its surroundings. We hope to create a building that will honor its past and position it for the future growth of the neighborhood and housing needs of current and future residents. The plans for 3228 N Clark include the following:

 

  •      Preservation and restoration of the original 1911 terra cotta façade
  •      2600 square foot ground floor commercial space with partial basement
  •      6 parking spots accessed from the alley in the rear of the building
  •      24 apartments
  • Pricing will be available    late March, 2018.
  • More  info  call  Michael  at  773-206-8359

Andersonville 2 Bedroom Rehabbed Units $1800

 

6  AWESOME 2 Bedroom  apartments, to be available  APRIL 1!  Parking included!

$1800  – Call me  for  a  showing!  Michael  @  773-206-8359

Anchored by the Swedish American Museum and home to one of the city’s largest gay and lesbian communities, Andersonville is recognized for its diversity. With a quirky atmosphere and distinctive flavor, the area has quickly become one of the North Side’s most popular neighborhoods.

Distinctive to Andersonville is a lack of national chains. In fact, the neighborhood’s commercial district is made up almost entirely of independent, locally-owned businesses. Between its specialty bakeries, dynamic bar scene and incredible array of stylish boutiques, Andersonville is a thriving example of colorful urban living.

Along Clark Street’s fabled “restaurant strip,” you will find craft brew emporium Hopleaf Bar, epic brunch spot m. henry and some of the city’s best comfort food at Big Jones. Hamburger Mary’s is famous for its lively dining atmosphere and outstanding ground chuck. In addition, Hamburger Mary’s hosts award-winning stage shows at an in-house theater, which is precisely the kind of eccentric charm that you can expect in Andersonville.

 

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(There is a typo  in the print below – HEAT  is  NOT  included.  But  parking is!)

West Loop is EXPLODING with 50 New Projects

The West Loop just keeps getting HOTTER  &  HOTTER!  A  1 bedroom apartment can easily cost $2,000.  Now,  with more than  50 NEW PROJECTS underway and/or waiting for the green light, the West Loop  will be EXPLODING!

This week,  CURBER  CHICAGO  said, A longtime domain of family-owned meatpackers and loft condo conversions, the once quiet West Loop and Fulton Market District have undergone a remarkable transformation in recent years. While a handful of food wholesalers still hang on, there’s clearly no looking back as the pace of development surges forward.

See all the renderings  and  info   HERE!

Dozens of New Projects Underway in Chicago

The rate of high-rise construction has increased over the last several years, and as of  this past April, Chicago had over 50 such projects underway.

Last November, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced that Chicago had witnessed a post-recession record number of active tower cranes with 29 such cranes operating during the time of the announcement. The pace has continued well into 2017, and as of today, Chicago has 33 active tower cranes at various construction sites around the city.

Blogger Daniel Schell of Building Up Chicago has been keeping tabs on tower crane activity over the last several months and has cataloged where they have been erected and where they have been eventually removed. For much of May and June, Schell counted 32 active cranes. However, as of Monday, the number increased by one. The city’s most recent tower crane, which will be tasked with helping to build 1326 South Michigan, has become the 33rd active construction crane in Chicago.

Read the full article at Curbed Chicago