Studio – 3-bedroom
538 well-appointed homes across two brilliant new buildings.
Vibrant Dining and Retail
Over 100,000 SF available in spaces from 500 – 20,000 RSF.
Boutique Office Space
Five stories of authentic loft architecture with floor plates from 9,000 – 14,000 RSF.
40 residences available in 3 – 5 bedroom / 1,920 to 3,557 SF floor plans. Delivering in 2019.
850-Car Parking Garage
Centrally located on Lincoln Avenue.
New Public Parks and Plazas
Over one acre of green space will include a central plaza, gardens, fountains & a children’s play area.
Located at the intersection of Lincoln, Halsted and Fullerton
Less than 1 mile to Lake Shore Drive & 2 blocks to Fullerton CTA Station.
156-room state-of-the-art facility from Belmont Village.
The Lincoln Common’s diverse architectural features represent an authentic urban fabric that combines the site’s history with its future.
Historic Restoration & Preservation
The Lincoln Common is proud to preserve and restore three structures, a building façade, and an architectural portico
White Elephant Building, 1925
Martha Wilson Building Portico, 1926
Laundry Building & Boiler House, 1931
The Lincoln Common is focused on environmental sustainability, targeting LEED Silver or better on all buildings.
Concrete reused during demolition
Cubic yards of concrete diverted from landfills
Demolition Recycling Program
Salvaged materials diverted from landfills