While single-family construction is booming in Bucktown, no new row homes have been built in the neighborhood for a long time. There are so many buyers looking for that intermediate step between a condominium and a single-family home. This is it.
Chicago (PRWEB) July 31, 2014
Sales are underway at The Row, a 24-unit row home development in Chicago’s Bucktown neighborhood.
Located on Winnebago Avenue just west of Leavitt Street, The Row will feature three-story row homes with three or four bedrooms, 3.5 baths, two-car garages and private outdoor space on three levels. Base prices range from $599,000 to $700,000.
“While single-family construction is booming in Bucktown, no new row homes have been built in the neighborhood for a long time,” said Landon Harper, broker associate with @properties, the exclusive sales and marketing agent for The Row. “There are so many buyers looking for that intermediate step between a condominium and a single-family home. This is it.”
All homes at The Row will feature contemporary interiors and high-end finishes including hardwood floors, Bosch stainless steel appliances, Quartz countertops, Grohe plumbing fixtures and a Whirlpool Duet washer and dryer. Outdoor space for every home includes a gated front yard, balcony off the second-floor living area and a private rooftop deck.
The Row is just one block from the intersection of North, Damen and Milwaukee avenues, offering easy access to shopping; popular restaurants and bars including Trencherman, Belly Shack and Big Star; and the CTA Blue Line, which provides service to O’Hare International Airport and downtown Chicago. The community is also just steps from the new, elevated park-and-trail system called The 606, which, like The Highline in New York City, is turning abandoned railroad tracks into public green space. The project is scheduled for completion by mid-2015.
“The 606 is going to be monumental in terms of how it’s going to transform this area,” said Harper. “When the park opens, it’s going to be the crown jewel of Bucktown/Wicker Park and is only going to increase the desirability of homes in the neighborhood.”
The Row is designed by Hartshorne Plunkard Architecture and developed by Chicago-based MCZ Development Corp. MCZ was one of the pioneering developers of Bucktown in the early 1990s, converting former warehouse space to loft condominiums.
Construction on The Row is scheduled to begin in mid-October with delivery slated for June 2015. For more information, call 312- 617-6070 or visit TheRowBucktown.com
@properties is the No. 1 independent residential brokerage firm in Illinois and one of the top 20 residential brokers in the U.S. @properties has more than 1,500 licensed brokers in 15 offices throughout downtown Chicago, surrounding suburbs and southwest Michigan. For more information, visit http://www.atproperties.com.
About MCZ Development Corp.
MCZ (http://www.mczdevelopment.com) is the pioneering developer behind more than a dozen large-scale loft conversions in Chicago, as well as thousands of new-construction and condominium conversion units throughout the United States. Signature MCZ developments in Chicago include Randolph Place and No. 10 Lofts in the West Loop, Park Millennium on the New East Side and Drum Factor Lofts in Bucktown.