The architecture incorporates salvaged limestone elements from deconstructed vintage buildings.
One- to four-bedroom affordable housing units throughout 18 three-story buildings.
Geothermal heating and cooling, a green roof, bioswales for water runoff management, and photovoltaic panels.
Community center includes a meeting space, kitchen, computer room, and exercise room.
Energy Star rated building with walls, windows and roofs that exceed city standards for insulation.
Private garden for residents.
City of Chicago, Chicago Housing Authority, Sinai Community Institute – a subsidiary of Mount Sinai Hospital – and developer B-M Ogden LLC, a partnership of Brinshore Development, LLC and Michaels Development Company.
Pride in Construction Award, 'Residential Construction Project of the Year,' by the Construction Industry Service Corporation.
Second place for The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Award for Architectural Excellence in Community Design.
First place for the Affordable Housing Finance Reader's Choice Award for Urban Development.