If you want something done right, you’ve gotta do it yourself. After reaching a dead end with our “name the developer” post, Mark and I hit up the intersection of Cullerton and Sangamon streets in Pilsen to snoop around those mysterious condos. After gleaning some information from the project’s building permit, I was able to get in touch with Claudia Langman, who’s marketing the development.
It turns out that TRC Holdings and Kedzior Development are behind this development at 946 – 950 W Cullerton St. (Update: We just learned that the project is being marketed as Cullerton Corners.) The condos are going on the market within the next few days, and Langman is holding the project’s first open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday.
The building, designed by Studio D Architecture, has seven three-bedrooms arranged in a mix of single-floor and duplex layouts, with sizes ranging from 1,047 to 1,984 square feet. Prices run from the $360s to the $460s.
The homes’ standard features include bamboo floors, stone and glass bathroom finishes and balconies extending out from main living spaces. “We chose very high-end finishes, so there’s very little that people will want or need to upgrade,” Langman says.
TRC and Kedzior implemented several green practices during the building’s construction, such as the use of low-VOC paints and formaldehyde-free materials, as well as the installation of tankless water heaters in select units.
Two models are already complete, and every unit should be ready for delivery by late May, Langman says.
Now where are our yo-yos?