The project, located at 525 N. Wilton Place, replaced nine-single-family homes with a five-story building containing 88 apartments above parking for 165 vehicles. Plans also call for on-site amenities such as a swimming pool, a rooftop deck, and several courtyard spaces.
Reed Architectural Group designed the contemporary low-rise structure, which spans the west side of Wilton between Clinton Street and Maplewood Avenue. A rendering depicts the building with a black and white exterior accented with red.
The building will offer a mix of one- and two-bedroom floor plans ranging between 768 and 1,368 square feet. Rents for the property will start at $3,050 and run as high as $6,495 per month, according to a project website.
The apartments are expected to debut this summer.
Frost/Chaddock is developing a similar multifamily residential building in Toluca Lake.