Skender Breaks Ground on 48-Unit Affordable Housing, Health Clinic Project in Lansing, Illinois

by Kristin Harlow

LANSING, ILL. — Skender and its joint venture partner Ashlaur Construction have broken ground on Torrence Place, an affordable housing and health clinic project in Lansing, located about 25 miles south of the Chicago Loop. Full Circle Communities is the developer. The three-story project will include 48 affordable and accessible units for veterans and people with disabilities. It will also include a 3,000-square-foot health clinic on the ground floor to be operated by Christian Community Health Center. Residents will have access to supportive services, a fitness area, computer lab and communal kitchen. The project team includes architect Cordogan, Clark & Associates and CAGE Civil Engineering.

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