3032 West Lyndale Street Condominiums
Volo Development presents 3032 West Lyndale Street, a unique 6-unit, new construction condo project in Logan Square, with a mix of 3 and 4 bedroom, duplex and simplex homes. Built on a 75' wide lot, these condos feature unrivaled floor plans that would never be mistaken for cookie-cutter. Spacious living rooms, large dining areas, over-sized master suites and tons of outdoor space for every unit are just a handful of features. Volo Development is known for quality construction and for building with Today's In-Demand Finishes. Located within a 5 minute walk to the CTA Blue-Line at California, nightlife and dining on Milwaukee Ave and one block north of Palmer Square, these homes are sure to exceed your expectations.
The 3032 West Lyndale Street condominiums will feature two 2800 sf duplex units with 4 bedrooms, large living and dining rooms, front terrace, additional family room on the lower level with radiant heated floors, rear deck with gas-line and garage roof top deck. The duplex condos live like a single family home and come with an option to add a full 2-car private garage.
The project also includes four 3-bedroom simplex condos ranging in size from 1580 sf to 1680 sf. The simplex units feature an expansive kitchen and living space, master bath with heated floors, steam shower and soaker-tub, rear deck with gas-line (per plan) and abundant outdoor space. Additional features for the top floor simplex units include tall ceilings, over 10' in height and an interior staircase leading to a private rooftop deck, finished with pressure treated lumber and access to water, gas, electric, audio wiring and the option for cable.
BOSCH 36" French door refrigerator
BOSCH oven & microwave
Flat panel or Shaker style cabinets
Full height kitchen backsplash
Porcelain tile baths
Glass enclosed walk-in showers
Luxury rain shower head
Radiant heated floors (per plan)
Roxul sound proofing
3 1/4" oak hardwood floors
Rooftop decks (per plan)
Front & rear balcony (per plan)
*Photos are of a similar project by the same builder.
Cheap eats and bike-friendly streets. Gourmet coffee, scruffy dive bars and artisanal cocktail lounges. Some may say it's a recipe for a hipster haven but there's a proud, working-class sensibility that keeps this Northwest Side neighborhood grounded. In Logan Square, the strong neighborly connection is evident all around, from active preservation groups to community gardens and a locally-run farmers market. "Local" being the key word when describing many aspects of the scene: ingredients are sourced locally at their buzz-worthy restaurants; corner taps tout local, craft brews; galleries showcase local artists; and concerts and street fests promote local, upstart bands.
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