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Wingspan Begins Pre-leasing at Newest Mt. Prospect Rental Project

Pre-leasing is underway for Wingspan Development Group’s Maple Street Lofts, a six-story, 192-unit luxury rental community in Mt. Prospect, IL. With a ground-floor Angelo Caputo’s Fresh Market grocery store, Maple Street Lofts is Wingspan’s third rental community in the area in three years, including the 71-unit 20West less than a mile away.

“Before we opened 20West, Mount Prospect hadn’t seen new Class A apartments in 30 years, and certainly never something with amenities like 20West,” said Chris Coleman, BP of development at Wingspan. “The response was overwhelming and solidified our instincts in the strong demand in this area for new, high-quality rentals with designer finishes, the latest tech capabilities, stylish interiors and well-appointed common spaces where renters can work, play or relax.

“And given the boost Chicago’s suburban downtowns have seen from renters over the past year, the timing for Maple Street Lofts couldn’t be better,” he continued.


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