What We've Done
One of our most exciting developments, this 59 unit co-living development will be our third venture with Common, the leading co-living provider in the United States. This property will offer large and modern amenity spaces, including a rooftop patio with wide-ranging views of the Chicago skyline common addams
6149 N. Broadway
Our most ambitious project yet, a six story, 105 unit mixed-use building in Chicago’s Edgewater neighborhood. The project will feature state-of-the-art amenities and luxurious living quarters. The project is ideally located, just a short distance from the Granville CTA station easing the burden of commuting and encouraging our tenants to live a “car-free” lifestyle.
Visit its website at edgeonbroadway.com
Common Simonds (851 W Montrose)
This historic Uptown property, formerly called the “Hazelton,” has been completely renovated. This majority studios property is aimed at providing affordable living with Class A amenities. Historically, the building was home to a speak-easy, which we have repurposed as a lounge and rec room for our tenants. The building was finished in the summer of 2018. Visit its website at common.com/simonds/.
1554 W Hollywood
The Hollywood and Ashland building was one of our first purchases as City Pads. Once a tired looking office building in the heart of Andersonville, the property is now a modern, sleek and stylish mixed-use building with 10 apartments, a retail space and a parking garage. The apartments feature our signature finishes and innovative design.
1619 W Warren
This center entrance 6-flat was underutilizing city zoning. We saw the opportunity to upgrade the existing units with our signature high quality finishes. We rehabbed the kitchens and living rooms and added the convenience of in-unit washer/dryers to each apartment. We additionally added two new garden units. The building is fully leased.
Common Racine (1831 S Racine)
This former community center rehab has been one of our most favorite projects to date. We rehabbed this abandoned community center in partnership with Common, the leading co-living operator out of New York City. The tired looking building has been revitalized with a new iconic mural from the original artist and will be a neighborhood centerpiece for years to come. Visit its website at common.com/racine/ .