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LMC Launches Preleasing at Bucktown Luxury Apartments

LMC, a wholly owned subsidiary of Lennar Corporation, has launched preleasing at Triangle Square Apartments, a luxury mixed-use apartment community in the North Side’s Bucktown neighborhood. The seven-story midrise community features 298 rental units and 21,223 square feet of ground-floor retail.
“Bucktown has a diverse mix of dining, entertainment and outdoor recreation spaces with waterfront access, and we are excited to expand our portfolio in this world-class city,” said Peter Chmielewski, divisional president of the Central region for LMC.  

The project is directly adjacent to a separate seven-story residential condominium building featuring homes for sale and a two-story commercial building, both being developed by Belgravia Group. 

Move-ins are slated to begin next month. Triangle Square Apartments marks the eighth Chicagoland development for LMC and its third in Chicago proper. It joins Marlowe in River North and Gateway in the West Loop.


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