Lendlease Launches Condo Sales at Printer’s Row Tower
Lendlease launched sales at The Reed, a 41-story luxury residential high-rise at 234 W. Polk St. in Chicago’s Printers Row. With 216 luxury condominiums on the building’s upper floors, The Reed represents the first for-sale offering in Lendlease’s master planned Southbank neighborhood development along the South Branch of the Chicago River.
“The Reed is an exciting extension of the vibrant community we have created within the Southbank neighborhood,” said Ted Weldon, executive general manager of development for Lendlease’s Chicago office. “This next phase of Southbank will welcome homeowners who yearn for the liveliness and convenience only city living can provide, but also those who appreciate connectivity to nature, which can be enjoyed in the adjacent Southbank Park and Riverwalk.”
Slated for delivery in 2023, The Reed offers a collection of one-, two- and three-bedroom condos priced from the $390,000s. Residents will have immediate access to the development’s flagship amenity, Southbank Park.
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Since 1999, Paul has volunteered as the newsletter editor of passenger rail advocacy groups (one national, one local).