111 W. Chestnut has been vacant for far too long, and for many Gold Coast residents, its a part of the neighborhood that’s simply been an eyesore. But after years of waiting, it appears construction is about to begin on what should be a very nice addition to what’s already one of Chicago’s most sought neighborhoods.
Being called the Chestnut Row Homes, Pritzker owned Tawani Enterprises is planning to bring one of a kind 8 stunning new rental row houses (Yes, I said Rental) to the vacant lot over at the southwest corner of Clark and Chestnut Street, which look about as appealing and desirable as it gets for new construction in the Gold Coast.
Inspired by 1880s era homes, these elegant new residences should blend in seamlessly with the already prestigious Gold Coast landscape, and with each home apparently boasting 4,000 square feet of living space between four separate levels, having enough living space shouldn’t be an issue. Although its early and not every detail has been released, look for the Chestnut Row Homes to feature interior finishes such as hardwood flooring, detailed millwork and moldings, custom-built kitchens, and chic marble bathrooms.
According to the developer’s website, construction should be completed sometime in 2017.