ReJournals | Illinois Multifamily

Converted 1920s-era synagogue-turned-apartments hits market seeking $6 million

July 13, 2020

The Grand Palmer Lodge at 3228 West Palmer, a new adaptive reuse project in Chicago’s Logan Square neighborhood, is on the market. New Era Chicago and Ranquist Development Group collaborated with Campbell Coyle to redevelop the former synagogue. Essex Realty Group is marketing the property for sale, seeking $6 million.

Designed by Pappageorge Haymes, the project converted a 1920’s-era synagogue into a 14-unit luxury multifamily complex. The new apartments, 10 of which are leased, have been expertly curated and offer residents unique floor plans, historic character and bold, modern finishes. The project also includes a new public green space and community garden.

Each apartment features an open floor plan flooded by ample natural light from full-length oversized windows. The carefully restored exposed brick in each apartment is contrasted with new wide-plank natural oak flooring creating bright and airy living spaces accented by high ceilings with elevated open loft spaces.

Located at 3228 West Palmer Street, the property is adjacent to Palmer Square Park. Jordan Gottlieb, principal at Essex Realty Group, is the lead broker for this listing.

Since 1990, Essex Realty Group, Inc. has served Chicago’s investment real estate market as a top multifamily brokerage firm. Contact us today to learn more about our recent multifamily and mixed-use property sales.

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