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Construction Kicks Off on Edgewater Apartments

Summit Design + Build, along with developer City Pads, Catapult Real Estate Solutions and Cagan Management Group, recently started construction of 6145 N. Broadway in Chicago’s Edgewater neighborhood. The six-story, 79,000-square-foot apartment property will feature 105 units ranging from studios to two-bedrooms.

6145 N. Broadway is located just off of the Granville Red Line stop, and within walking distance of the Loyola University Chicago campus. The building will also have 3,700 square feet of first floor retail space and 45 parking spaces.

Commenting on the sale of a pair of adjacent mixed-use properties not far from the new project this past June, Interra Realty’s Craig Martin said the transaction represented “a mix of what’s happening in Edgewater as a whole: new development and redevelopment of existing stock.”

Built Form is serving as the project architect for 6145 N. Broadway. Construction on the property is scheduled for completion by spring 2020.

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