Located on the former Tru-Serve site, Blackhawk on Halsted is a 224,000 square foot mixed use project located in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood. The property consists of three structures; an 84,000 square foot structure housing the British School of Chicago, a 142,000 square foot mixed use retail and medical office building, and a 550-car parking garage. Tenants include REI, The Tile Shop, Town and Country Pediatrics, Northwestern Memorial Physicians Group, Advocate Health, and Halsted Pharmacy.
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First renovated and converted in 1991, 1333 Kingsbury formerly housed manufacturing operations as a factory for waterbed frames. Located on the corner of Kingsbury and Evergreen Street, this property can be found in the Halsted River Triangle. This four story, 100,000 square foot commercial loft building is constructed of timber with steel frame and a south facing full length terrace on the upper three floors. Tenants include National Collegiate Scouting Association (NCSA), TrueBlue, DaVita Dialysis, and Planned Realty Group.
Constructed between 1909 and 1911, this three-story, Beau Arts style building once housed the coal-fired boilers and generators that provided electricity for Chicago Northwestern Railroad’s terminal complex. Structured Development redeveloped the property into three interior levels of office and retail space with tenants including New Line Tavern, Body Gears Physical Therapy, and Wight & Co. The Powerhouse is a designated City of Chicago Landmark and is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
This stunning space was designed to house Sara Lee and Branded Foods divisions. The property was later sold to Kendall College in 2003 and redeveloped into the preeminent culinary school in North America.
In a partnership with Bucksbaum Retail Properties, Structured Development completed a multi-tenant retail center in the Lincoln Park neighborhood in October 2012. The project consists of 53,000 square feet of retail space and surface parking for 85 cars. Tenants include Buy Buy Baby, Petsmart, Road Runner Sports, and Jimmy John's.
A $6.9 million conversion of the former Goldblatts Building included 52 residential condominiums, grade level retail, and basement level parking.
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$4.3 million conversion of three attached industrial buildings into 41 residential condominiums featuring surface parking and a landscaped courtyard.
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Originally a seven-story concrete factory building in Greek Town on the near west side of Chicago, the $6.2 million renovation to 66 residential condominiums included a heated parking garage.