Alcove Wicker Park, a new 43-unit luxury condominium building, has announced its grand opening and unveiled a new condominium model. Chicago-based Vermilion Development is responsible for the project, Wicker Park’s largest new condominium development in over 15 years. Sales and marketing are being handled by @properties Developer Services.
Located between Division Street, Paulina Street and Milwaukee Avenue, Alcove Wicker Park features condominium floor plans with two to four bedrooms, two to three-and-a-half baths, 1,365 to 2,430 square feet and single-level or two-story layouts, all with private outdoor space. The seven-story elevator building is designed by Hirsch MPG Architecture. Base prices for available three- and four-bedroom residences begin at $800,000, and deeded garage parking is available from $37,500.
The community also has 12 townhomes with four levels of living space, four bedrooms, 2,895 to 3,430 square feet, attached two-car garages, and a penthouse bonus room with access to a private roof deck. Townhome base prices start at $1,130,000.
The model showcases Unit 101, a two-story plan with a private entrance from the community’s landscaped courtyard. Priced at $1,040,000, the 2,430-square-foot home features a spacious living and dining area, large eat-in kitchen that opens to a private terrace, nine-foot ceilings, ample storage space and floor-to-ceiling windows that fill the home with natural light.
The second level has three bedrooms including the primary suite, which includes a large walk-in closet and en-suite bath with a soaking tub, separate shower, floating double-bowl vanity, and separate water closet. An oversized utility room with full-size washer and dryer and extra storage is also located on this level.
“Alcove Wicker Park has everything city homebuyers are looking for right now, from large living areas to flex space to private outdoor areas and a convenient location,” said Kerry Dickson, managing director at Vermilion Development.
Alcove Wicker Park is set back from the street in a semi-private courtyard located just steps from the eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, and entertainment found on Division Street and Milwaukee Avenue. The CTA Blue Line subway station at Division is just 1.5 blocks away.
“Some communities offer a quiet haven, and others offer a vibrant location that allows you to feel the energy of the city. Alcove Wicker Park offers both, and that’s what makes it so appealing to homebuyers,” said Cyndy Salgado, executive vice president of sales for @properties Developer Services.