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Proposed River North condo development prepares for big marketing push

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The glassy building slated for the northeast corner of Sedgwick and Superior will be known as ‘Superior House’

FitzGerald Associates Architects
FitzGerald Associates Architects

Chicago’s slow-to-thaw condominium market is showing another sign of life as marketing efforts begin to ramp up for a boutique project earmarked for 366 W. Superior Street. Developed by Ascend Real Estate Group—the same firm behind the Niche 905 Apartments on Orleans—the upcoming River North development sports a 12-story design from FitzGerald Associates Architects with interior packages by Gary Lee Partners.

Officially known as ‘Superior House,’ the project would replace a pair of unremarkable existing low-rise commercial buildings. In addition to its 34 for-sale units priced between $1.09 million and $2.29 million, the building will also include a 63-space parking garage and resident amenities such as a fitness center, dog run, rooftop herb garden, and deck.

A sales center for the project will open across the street at 405 W. Superior on November 10th, reports Crain’s. Ascend hopes to complete the building by early 2019.

Meanwhile, work on another River North boutique condo development has begun at 56 W. Huron. Daniel Schell of the construction-oriented blog Building Up Chicago swung by the site today and captured photos of caisson crews planting the 13-story building’s below-ground foundation. Both condo projects went before Chicago’s Zoning Board of Appeals in February of this year.