According to a recently-launched website, the long-discussed plan to replace the shuttered Tag Furnishings outlet building at the intersection of Wrightwood and Hermitage has new renderings and a name: Norweta Row. Originally envisioned as 105 units, the two-building project from developer Broder Lincoln Park and architect Pappageorge Haymes Partners was later scaled back to 90 and finally 76 dwellings before passing the Chicago Plan Commission in May of this year.
The project was last reported to contain a mix of 30 condos and 46 rental units, though that ratio may have been tweaked since. The Planned Development (PD) documentation also calls for 76 parking spaces to be located both below grade and on Hermitage Avenue.
While above ground construction hasn’t yet begun, Norweta Row’s five-bedroom, six-bathroom penthouse unit did pop up on the MLS this weekend and touts building amenities such as a pool, health club, and sports court. The 5,200 square foot unit is asking just shy of $3 million.
- New Condos, Rentals Proposed for Shuttered Tag Outlet Site in Lincoln Park [Curbed Chicago]
- Redesigned South Loop Tower Among Projects Approved by Plan Commission [Curbed Chicago]
- Norwetta Row [official website]
- 2633 N. Hermitage Penthouse, Chicago IL [Redfin]