Originally Posted by untitledreality
Looks to be far superior to the previous design for the building. Should complement well with the Center on Halsted.
Right? It's great to see development in this area take a turn for the modern.
I didn't even know they were planning affordable housing for LGBT seniors. IMO, it's great to see the neighborhood's identity given a permanent, physical presence. The area seems to have increasingly become a destination for young families, not necessarily a bad thing except for the women leading the move because of some tacky bachelorette party at the Kit Kat Lounge they once attended and who now cringe at the thought of their six-month-old seeing a giant glittering dildo in a window display.