As far as architectural style is concerned, Burling Place at 1727 N Burling St in Lincoln Park is one that people seem to love or, well, really not love. As Joel mentioned in a Yo post last year, this Sullivan Goulette-designed building took the place of what Mario Greco described as “a pink stucco church.”
What do you even call this architectural style? Isabelline Gothic revival?
Not only does the building invoke the architecture of a cathedral, some of the ornament reflects the older building that’s located next door on Burling Street. Down at street level, I got a closer look at a couple of the more regal-looking doors, which are flanked by these iron lanterns.
According to Clare Armbruster from the Mario Greco Group, there are still three available units in the building: two two-bedroom / two-bath condos that are each priced in the $790s, and one four-bedroom / three-bath unit priced at $2.19 million. I’ll try to post some floor plans soon.