Chicago issues $39 million permit for 10-story Lincoln Park co-living project

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Chicago has issued a $39 million building permit for a 10-story co-living residential building in Lincoln Park.

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The project at 853 W. Blackhawk St. will have 126 parking spaces and Power Construction is the general contractor.

Urbanize Chicago reported earlier that the 10-story co-living project will be operated by New York-based Common.

“Dubbed Common Lincoln Park, the 117-foot-tall project will offer one to four private bedrooms per apartment. With a total of 126 units, each unit will be furnished and include a communal kitchen and living area, as well as in-unit laundry. The majority of the bedrooms will have en-suite baths,” the website reported.

Built Form designed the building.

Key subtrades included: Electric – Shamrock Electric Co., Inc.; plumber/plumbing – Norman Mechanical and refrigeration and ventilation – Premier Mechanical Inc.


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