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Developer Waves the Red Flag

Crimson highlights help Mod stand out from other new neighborhood construction

With its red trim and several red exterior walls, Mod, the condominium building under construction at 1222 West Madison Street, appears to come gift-wrapped. Those crimson highlights help the building stand out among the many new developments in Chicago’s West Loop. “There’s a lot of sameness now,” says Michael Battista, the Jameson Realty Group agent representing Mod. “This building separates itself by its contemporary looks.” The building is a joint venture of Stillpoint Development, Castlebar Enterprises, and the Pickus Companies.

WEST LOOP

From $274,000
to $449,900

This first phase of Mod has 56 units, 24 of them already sold. (Construction has yet to begin on a second phase, an attached building planned for 1224 West Madison.) The remaining units start at $274,900 for a one-bedroom condo with 804 square feet of space. At the upper end, a 1,411-square-foot unit with two bedrooms and a den sells for $449,900. Among the highlights of the condos are the sleek kitchens, with quartz countertops and teak-veneer cabinetry. Parking spaces cost an additional $35,000. The building is slated for completion in early 2009.


 

Photograph: Courtesy of Dpict Visualization

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