IllinoisMultifamily Leasing begins at Apartments at Lincoln Common February 8, 2019 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via email With move-ins scheduled to begin by early April, The Apartments at Lincoln Common are now leasing. The two-tower project is being co-developed near the intersection of Lincoln, Fullerton and Halsted by Hines and McCaffery Interests. Amenities within each building include a co-working lounge with complimentary Wi-Fi and game room; a club room featuring communal entertainment kitchens and 20th floor open-air rooftop lounges offering unobstructed views of the Chicago skyline and outfitted with a pool and hot tub, sundeck, built-in grills and dining area. Other offerings include an in-house fitness center and yoga studio, bicycle storage and repair station, children’s playground, on-site parking garage, hotel-style concierge services, on-site maintenance and management and a 24/7 attended lobby. Designed to LEED Silver certification standards, by world-renowned architect Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM), The Apartments at Lincoln Common are comprised of 538 studio, 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom apartment units. Individual residences feature in-unit washers and dryers, quartz countertops, tile backsplashes, floor-to-ceiling windows and walk-in closets with built-in organization systems. Penthouse residences feature higher ceilings and first-rate finishes and some units are also available for qualified applicants under the City of Chicago Affordable Requirements Ordinance. The Apartments at Lincoln Common are one block to the Fullerton CTA Station and a short walk to Lake Michigan. The project is within Lincoln Common, a vibrant new anchor of the Lincoln Park neighborhood offering access to the brand-new Equinox Lincoln Common and the only Kohler Waters Spa in Chicago, as well as a roster of to-be-announced retailers, restaurants and recreational activities. Residents and the surrounding community will be regularly entertained with a robust calendar of events held beneath the SOM-designed steel trellis which rises above the central plaza of Lincoln Common, just steps from the entrances to The Apartments at Lincoln Common.