Itasca-based M&R Development revealed interior and amenity renderings for The Residences at Addison & Clark, a mixed-use development across the street from Wrigley Field in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood. The transit-oriented development will include 148 luxury apartments and 150,000 square feet of retail.
A joint venture of M&R Development and Bucksbaum Retail Properties LLC, the project was designed by Chicago-based Solomon Cordwell Buenz. The apartments will be managed by Chicago-based RMK Management Corporation with pre-leasing beginning in June and first move-ins expected in August.
The Residences at Addison & Clark will offer a mix of studio/convertible, one- and two-bedroom floor plans and feautre high-end finishes such as engineered hardwood floors, quartz countertops and Wi-Fi-enabled thermostats. A customizable slat wall system in each residence can be personalized to hang anything from planters to coats to bikes while floor-to-ceiling windows and balconies on select units will showcase sweeping views of the neighborhood and downtown skyline.
“Aside from the ultra-prime location, the sophisticated design touches throughout the residences and the common areas will definitely be a strong selling point for potential residents,” said Anthony Rossi, Sr., president of M&R Development.
The fifth floor amenity space will include a 5,715-square-foot indoor clubhouse with hospitality room, kitchenette, large-screen television, ample seating and a separate lounge for residents to socialize and entertain guests. A well-appointed fitness center and yoga studio will open to an outdoor amenity deck where afire pit and grilling stations will be located. A sauna and steam room provide additional space to relax and unwind.
“The amenities at The Residences at Addison & Clark are right in step with the vibrant neighborhood below,” said Diana Pittro, executive vice president at RMK Management Corporation. “There is no other building in the immediate area to offer such a robust lifestyle experience.”
Confirmed retail tenants include a 30,000-square-foot Lucky Strike Social entertainment venue, a Harley-Davidson store, sports apparel store Baseballism, a Shake Shack restaurant as well as a 32,000-square foot, 10-screen CMX Cinemas luxury movie theater.