Here's a first look at the newly unveiled renderings of the proposed mixed-user for 2240 North Milwaukee Avenue, which in the wake of today's Congress Theater news and continued Milwaukee Avenue corridor development appears to be well positioned. The six story, 40-unit development from Dearborn Developers, LLC would be situated near the California Blue Line station and also include more than 12,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space on land currently owned by Alderman Tom Tunney's family.
The new imagery by Jonathan Splitt Architects showcases the building's brick-and-glass facade as well as floor plans for some of the top-story units, including the 2,700-square-foot penthouse. The lower level will include 31 parking spaces, reserved room for car-share vehicles and indoor parking space for 25 bicycles. An interior courtyard will run throughout the building and tenants will have their own terrace as well as shared access to a common roof deck.
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