It’s clear what co-developers Stillpoint Development, The Pickus Companies and Castlebar Enterprises had in mind when they baptized Mod, writes Dan Schuyler in the June issue of New Homes (out today at these locations).
“The developers definitely wanted modern,” says Chris Payne of Sullivan, Goulette & Wilson, the architects for the project, emphasizing that “contemporary” was the order of the day both inside and out.
“We started with bold red panels and a lot of glazing on the outside and carried the look into the lobby,” Payne continued. “And we went with an open floor plan in the unit interiors. Lots of clean lines and a very contemporary look.”
Planned in two stages – a 56-unit building at 1222 W Madison St and a 36-unit property next door at 1224 W Madison St – the developers clearly created the Mod design for the upwardly-mobile young professional, though the location and the development’s eco-friendly features appeal to a broad spectrum of buyers.