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Prairie Shores Complex Breaks Ground on Residents Clubhouse

Prairie Shores Owners has broken ground on a new, standalone clubhouse for residents of the Prairie Shores apartments on South Martin Luther King Drive in Bronzeville. Once completed, the 17,500-square-foot, two-story structure will feature various amenities that will provide an array of entertainment, recreation, fitness and workspace options for residents. 

The Gensler-designed clubhouse construction is one phase of planned renovations that will modernize the units and common areas in all five Prairie Shores towers. Other renovation plans include interior unit renovations, upgrades to corridors and lobbies, elevator modernization, and enhanced landscaping.

“People who live at Prairie Shores work hard and are proud of their community, and they deserve a modern space that invites them to relax and engage with their neighbors,” said Steve Sise, SVP of portfolio management at Golub & Company, which acquired the five-building complex in 2019 with Farpoint Development and Goldman Sachs Urban Investment Group.


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