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The developers of 43 Green on Chicago's South Side joined city leaders to commemorate the topping-off of construction on the project's first phase

Habitat Company, P3 Markets Top Off at Bronzeville ETOD Project 

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot, Illinois Lt. Gov. Juliana Stratton, State Sen. Mattie Hunter and 3rd Ward Ald. Pat Dowell joined developers The Habitat Company and P3 Markets Friday to commemorate the topping-off of the Phase 1 residential building at 43 Green, the first equitable transit-oriented development (ETOD) on the city’s South Side.  

Centered around the Chicago Transit Authority’s 43rd Street Green Line station in Bronzeville, the $100-million mixed-income, mixed-use project, being developed in three phases, will bring approximately 300 new apartments to the neighborhood upon completion. 

“Seeing a project of this magnitude move from concept to reality is a testament to Mayor Lightfoot and her administration’s dedication to the city’s ETOD initiative, as well as to the work of the many public and private partners involved in bring this transformative project to fruition,” said Habitat Company president Matt Fiascone. 

Construction for Phase 1 is expected to finish by February 2023, 


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