Leopardo Companies, Inc. completed work on the 201,700-square-foot, 24-story luxury condominium tower known as 4 East Elm in Chicago’s Gold Coast neighborhood.
The development was the first new condominium high-rise to begin construction on Chicago’s North Side in five years and the first in the Gold Coast since 2007 when it broke ground in 2014.
The 35-unit building at the northeast corner of State and Elm streets features half and full-floor condominiums ranging from just under 3,100 square feet to 3,515 square feet.
Amenities include 10-foot finished ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, wide-plank flooring in living areas, Florense cabinetry, Wolf and Miele appliances, in addition to quartz or natural stone countertops. All residences include private elevator access. Additional amenities, inculde a landscaped sundeck, outdoor hydrotherapy pool and spa, clubhouse lounge with a full kitchen and flat-screen TV, movie screening room, fitness center, first-floor retail, 24-hour doorman and private garage parking.
4 East Elm is seeking Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. Sustainable features include an extensive vegetated green roof, as well as the use of recycled materials, regional and low-emitting materials, and high-efficiency plumbing fixtures
Serving as general contractor, Leopardo collaborated with Chicago-based Convexity Properties and architect Solomon Cordwell Buenz to complete the project.