Architect Papageorge Haymes designed the nine-story building. It was constructed by McHugh Construction at 4611 N Broadway. It is within a short distance from the Wilson Red Line Station of the CTA. 200 apartments and about 9,000 square feet of ground-floor retail space are available in the development.
Floors two through eight of the mid rise masonry and glass structure are home to a variety of studio, one-, and two-bedroom apartments. Two units each of two-bedroom and three-bedroom penthouse homes are present on the top floor. The amenities are located on the ninth level and the rooftop. This is also where the patio with grilling stations, and seating spots is located. The floor has breathtaking views of Lake Michigan. Each residential floor includes reservable business space. Homes come with ice makers, washers, and dryers.
Comments on the Platform 4611 mixed-use complex
McHugh senior project manager Jeanne oversaw Platform 4611’s construction. “We were thrown a couple of curve balls because the building was started during the height of the pandemic. However, our team presented creative solutions throughout the project that saved time and added value.” According to Bartels, extremely precise coordination between the structural engineer, the architect, and the subcontractors was necessary to take into account the variety of materials required to support and construct a brick wall.
“A lot of thought was given to the design and construction details, including an off-site mockup of the wall before the project even began,” she stated. The execution went easily, and the architect’s design is beautiful, so all that planning paid off. McHugh was able to complete this project on time and within budget. The company employed existing foundations to proactively cut costs and procure materials and appliances during the pandemic-induced supply chain issues through our extensive network of suppliers.