A freshly filed zoning application with the City of Chicago has revealed plans for a five-story, 160-unit residential building slated for the Noble Square neighborhood. Located just steps from the soon-to-be-renovated St. Boniface Church, the long, linear parcel is located along the north side of Walton Street between Noble and Elizabeth. It currently consists of open space and a surface parking lot owned by the neighboring Polish Roman Catholic Union of America.
Designed Chicago’s Brininstool + Lynch—the same architecture firm behind a newly-revealed West Loop apartment project—the proposed development would feature a residential lobby access along Noble, a 111-stall parking garage, “bike kitchen,” green roof, and an elevated pool deck. Naperville, Illinois-based Marquette Cos. is seeking city approval to rezone the property from RS-3 Residential Single-Unit to B2-3 Neighborhood Mixed-Use, as per its Planned Development (PD) application.
- Previous Noble Square coverage [Curbed Chicago]