A rowhouse development in the Mid-North District of Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood is moving forward at the southwest corner of Cleveland Avenue and Menomonee Street. Known as ‘Menomonee Row,’ the development will include five 4,000-square-foot residences expected to be priced in the “$2 million” range, reported Crain’s this spring.
A single rendering of the upcoming project posted on Sulo Development’s Facebook page shows a traditional design with Richardsonian influences clad in red brick, stone, slate, and copper. Designed by Chicago architecture firm Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson, the development closely resembles the nearby Grant Place homes completed in 2007.
Demolition permits for the three older buildings occupying the L-shaped parcel were issued by the City of Chicago in June. The Menomonee Row townhouses received a building permit in July and is currently well underway.