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43 Green Bronzeville The Habitat Company P3 Markets

Habitat, P3 Break Ground on eTOD in Bronzeville

The Habitat Company broke ground on the first building at 43 Green, a $100-million mixed-income, mixed-use equitable transit-oriented development (eTOD) in the South Side’s Bronzeville neighborhood. Habitat is developing the project in partnership with P3 Markets, a real estate development firm based in Bronzeville, dedicated to public-private partnerships. 

Located on a long-vacant, city-owned lot, the Phase 1 building will be the largest of 43 Green’s three buildings, which are centered around the 43rd Street Green Line L station. The 10-story building will include 99 units, 5,500 square feet of retail space and off-street parking.   

“Bronzeville is one of Chicago’s great historic neighborhoods and we are excited to build on its legacy by bringing the South Side’s first equitable transit-oriented development to the community, which will add much needed residential and retail options to the area,” said Matt Fiascone, president of The Habitat Company.  


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