4401 North Clark is a Mixed Use Building in the Uptown Neighborhood – Chicago

PROJECT SNAPSHOT

LOCATION

4410 N. Clark Street
Uptown Neighborhood – Chicago Illinois
Project Type – Commercial Mixed Use – Multi-family

SITUATION
3F Construction was contracted to complete a full renovation of a building in the Uptown neighborhood of Chicago. The construction process was required to be fast, on time and on budget and not meant to disrupt the corner location where heavy traffic and operating businesses were present.

CHALLENGE
A complete gut renovation of a mixed use building with two commercial spaces and 10 apartment units including 4 three bedroom, two bath units and, 2 three bedroom, one bath units, 2 two bedroom plus den, two bath units and 2 two bedroom one bath units.  Complete renovations included all new stainless steel appliances, granite kitchens, baths, hardwood floors, windows, solid core doors, oversized millwork and large back porches.

SOLUTION
3F Construction initiated a meticulous on site construction plan and with the use of PROCORE® construction software platform we were able to streamline construction project management. Every day, the project team would look at the work to be done on the following day and schedule when materials could be delivered, where they could be stored and which crew could work on what part of the building. In the morning, the superintendent directed traffic – allowing every trade to enter the site according to a fixed schedule.

RESULT
The 10 unit 4401 North Clark was renovated to include condo quality finishes including: stainless steel appliances, hardwood flooring, shaker style cabinetry, subway tiling, and modern finishes. Located between Uptown and Lakeview, and just minutes from the Brown Line, 4401 North Clark is located in the middle of everything!

Client:  3F Properties LLC
Location: 4401 North Clark – Uptown Neighborhood – Chicago
SqFt: 11,200
Year Completed: 2015
Value: $1,100,000
Type: Mixed Use Renovation
Project Cost: $883,000
Architect:

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