This week, a developer began marketing residences in an eight-unit condominium project slated for 441-447 W. Arlington Place on the eastern edge of Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. Dubbed 445 Arlington, the development incorporates an existing historic single family home into a new four-story structure designed by Chicago’s Booth Hansen Architects. It replaces an overgrown bird sanctuary.
Similar to the rowhouse development under construction at Cleveland and Menomonee, the Arlington project hopes to fit into its surroundings through a traditional design and the use of high-quality building materials such as limestone and aged brick. The facade will also feature oversized bay windows as a nod to its historic neighbors within the Arlington & Roslyn Landmark District.
Ranging from roughly 2,100 to 3,200 square feet and priced between $1.3 million to $2.3 million, each unit will feature an open plan, high-end appliances, 5-inch hardwood plank flooring, and private elevator access. The 445 Arlington project comes from developer Boutique Properties and partner Contemporary Concepts. Delivery is expected in 2018.
- Lincoln Park Bird Sanctuary Could Be Replaced With Million-Dollar Condos [DNAinfo]
- 445 W. Arlington Place #1E [Redfin]
- Previous Lincoln Park coverage [Curbed Chicago]