Will Row2750 turn Lincoln Park on its ear?

Exterior rendering of Row2750, 2750 N Lakewood Ave, Chicago

Last night, we received a tip from Century 21 Sussex & Reilly agent Matt Leutheuser about Row2750, a new condo and townhouse project planned for Lincoln Park.

According to the project’s Web site, LG Development Group plans to build the following in the 2700 block of North Lakewood Avenue:

  • 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.

Interior rendering of Row2750, 2750 N Lakewood Ave, Chicago Interior rendering of Row2750, 2750 N Lakewood Ave, Chicago

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?

Neighborhood map of Row2750, 2750 N Lakewood Ave, Chicago

I’ll have more about the details and pricing for this project when I hear back from Leutheuser. Stay tuned.

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