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Wrigleyville Lofts to bring 120 apartment units to Chicago’s Wrigleyville neighborhood


Wrigleyville Lofts to bring 120 apartment units to Chicago’s Wrigleyville neighborhood

The project will also include 14,000 sf of ground floor retail.

By David Malone, Associate Editor | April 16, 2021
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Renderings courtesy Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson Architects

A new 120-unit mixed-use development, dubbed Wrigleyville Lofts, has topped off at 949 W. Dakin St. in Chicago’s Wrigleyville neighborhood. The project is located two and a half blocks north of Wrigley field.

The project, designed by Sullivan, Roulette & Wilson Architects, will feature a facade of red brick accented with limestone. Large windows will provide abundant natural light and common areas on the ground floor and roof deck will provide residents with multiple options for gathering.


Wrigleyville Lofts rooftop deck


When completed, the community will include 108 one-bedroom, one-bathroom units and 12 two-bedroom, two-bathroom units that range in size from 620 sf to 1,040 sf. Each apartment will feature 9’ 4” ceilings with exposed structure and ductwork, stone countertops and stainless steel appliances in the kitchens, stackable washers and dryers, and additional storage. The development also includes 14,000 sf of retail space on the ground floor.


Wrigleyville Lofts Lobby


A rooftop deck will feature views of Wrigley Field and Lake Michigan with grills, outdoor dining space, a fire pit, and a TV viewing area. The first-floor lobby will include several meeting and gathering areas and a coffee shop. The first floor will also feature a private clubroom with a bar and kitchen, a fitness center, heated bike storage, and a private parking garage.

The project is set to begin pre-leasing this summer for fall 2021 move-ins.


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