- One two-bedroom / two-bath duplex with 1,791 square feet, priced in the $690s
- One three-bedroom / three-bath duplex with 2,972 square feet, priced in the $990s
- Nine four-bedroom townhouses with four or five bathrooms and 3,472 to 4,008 square feet, priced from $1.19 million to $1.39 million
All of the homes appear to have roof decks and attached garages, although I can’t make heads or tails of their floor plans. LG has revealed more renderings than I had expected, though, so it’s nice to get an idea of what the developers hope to accomplish.
LG claims in a mission statement that Row2750 “defies Chicago’s typical town home constraints.” Apparently the company is challenging the norms of cartography, too: Whether by mistake or by design, the company flipped the Web site’s neighborhood map 90 degrees counter-clockwise. The lake is up, the river is down, and who knows where all those streets are going. It’s awfully confusing at first, but I suppose it makes sense once you cock your head or turn your monitor on end. Do I sense a paradigm shift in the world of real-estate mapping?
I’ll have more about the details and pricing for this project when I hear back from Leutheuser. Stay tuned.