As I wrote last week, the most expensive units at Park Boulevard are its four-bedroom / 3.5-bath single-family homes, which top out in the $500s. They aren’t the lowest-priced new-construction single-families on the South Side – Renaissance at Beverly Ridge appears to hold that distinction – but they are right in line with the detached homes available at Armour Park Homes in Bridgeport and quite a bit lower than those at Bridgeport Village or Arches at Oakwood Shores.
According to Park Boulevard’s Web site, all of the project’s single-family homes have approximately 2,665 square feet. Residents enter on second floor from a walk-up, and although I can’t make out the dimensions listed in the floor plan (at right), it looks like that level has a living room, kitchen, dining / family space and a powder room.
The top floor has a 11′ x 16-5″ master bedroom with an adjoining master bath, two other bedrooms measuring 10-4″ x 10-1″ and 10-10″ x 9-6″, and a second bath.
The lower floor consists of an 11-11″ x 11′ bedroom, a 10′ x 8-5″ office, a 15-7″ x 12-6″ den, a bathroom, a utility room and a washer / dryer closet.
The homes feature hardwood floors in their foyers, living rooms and kitchens, GE stainless-steel appliances, Moen faucets, granite countertops, ceramic bathroom tile and shower surrounds, marble vanity tops, 5-foot tubs, and walk-in showers with glass doors. Every home also comes with a two-car detached garage.
Park Boulevard is bounded by 35th, 36th, State and Federal streets in Bronzeville. Approximately 150 of the 211 single-family homes, condos and townhouses slated for the project’s first phase are occupied or ready for delivery.