Thanks to a recently issued building permit, the mixed-use apartment and retail development replacing the universally unloved Lincoln Center building at 2518-2549 N. Lincoln Avenue has been given the all-clear to build up to its full 10-story height. The project — dubbed "ELEVATE Lincoln Park" — comes from Baker Development and Chicago-based architecture firm Solomon Cordwell Buenz (SCB).
When completed, the development will features 191 high-end rental units, an elevated central terrace, rooftop pool, ground floor retail, and three levels of parking. There’s also several fresh renderings previewing ELEVATE’s lobby space, penthouse amenity deck, and a model unit with great view’s of Lincoln Park’s lush tree canopy and downtown’s skyline.
- New construction permit at 930 W Altgeld St in Chicago [Chicago Cityscape]
- Transit-Oriented Lincoln Avenue Rental Project Ready to Move Forward [Curbed Chicago]
- ELEVATE Lincoln Park [official website]