Reports have surfaced about a new 252-unit apartment building likely coming to Old Town after the Chicago Plan Commission officially approved the initial proposal. Being developed by LG, the large-scale building will be located at 1415 N. Sedgwick, replacing Old Town’s Noble Horse Theatre and Chicago’s last remaining riding hall.
A rendering of the new 1415 N. Sedgwick has already been released, and the building’s impressive design is from Chicago-based NORR Architects. As a transit-oriented development, the building will only feature 89 parking spaces despite having 252 units, but a close proximity to the Sedgwick Brown/Blue line still makes for easy access to downtown.
In addition to easy transportation availability, Old Town’s Wells Street Corridor is also only a short walk from 1415 N. Sedgwick, providing eventual residents with plenty of nearby shopping, dining, and entertainment. Outside of the exterior rending provided by LG Development/NORR Architects, additional details regarding interior features and amenities have yet to be released as of now.