Make Way for More Homes
Plans for a 700-unit residential development in Brighton Park, a southwest Chicago neighborhood, is slated to break ground by the end of summer, in a part of the community originally zoned for industrial and commercial use.
What was once the site for Chicago Tube and Iron will soon become three-story townhouses and two- and three-bedroom condominiums. Making room for Phase I, two warehouses must be demolished before construction can begin on the 66-unit project.
Three- and four-bedroom townhomes will include attached two-car garages and around 200 square feet of private yard, starting at $300,000. Condos will have 1,200 to 1,385 square feet of living space with 285 square feet of ground-level garden space around each building. The two-bedroom condos will start in the low $200,000s.
Developers say Phase I units at the new Brighton Parkproject (located at Western and 49th Street) will go on sale toward the end of 2007. Get more information on this and other southwest neighborhood developments by calling 312-268-8000 to speak with a Dream Town agent. You can also use Dreamtown.com’s top-rated, user-friendly real estate search engine to look for homes in Brighton Park and in all of Chicago neighborhoods and suburbs.