111-Unit Mixed-Income Development Opens in Chicago

The Concord at Sheridan includes 65 affordable units, 46 market-rate units and a Target store.

CHICAGO — The Concord at Sheridan, a 111-unit mixed-income development, has opened in Chicago’s Rogers Park community. Located at 6438 N. Sheridan Road, the site was formerly a surface parking lot. Of the 111 apartments, 65 are designated as affordable for low-income residents and will be leased to renters from the Chicago Housing Authority (CHA) wait list. The other 46 units will be leased as market rate. The project includes 29,400 square feet of retail space, including a 23,200-square-foot Target. Common area amenities include a lounge, game area, fitness center, conference room, amenity terrace and coworking space. The development has a walk score of 92.

The seven-story project is the result of a public-private partnership including the CHA and co-developers Three Corners Development, Iceberg Development, Lightengale Group and Cubit Development Group. Market-rate rents begin at $1,041 while the affordable rents are based on a resident’s income. Renters must earn up to 60 percent of the area median income to qualify. Architecture firm GREC designed the project, while Riteway Madison LLC served as the general contractor.

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