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Old Posted Aug 13, 2019, 4:51 PM
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Numbers I heard at a lecture is that The Cooper is 60% leased and 50% occupied and this was from 1 month ago.

Ok....that's something to go on.

First move-ins of the 452 unit project were in September last year. And they were 60% leased by this July. Seems to me they were well on their way to having themselves a stabilized asset 12-14 months after opening. To me it seems pretty typical.
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Old Posted Aug 13, 2019, 4:55 PM
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Once Post Office tenants start arriving, should help move this development along

While the OPO could only be a positive, I don't think it's some huge driver either. Southbank-Riverline stands on its own based on its location a handful of blocks from the CBD. I don't see its success as being somehow dependent on a re-energized SW Loop commercial center (again, it will only help though of course)...
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Old Posted Aug 13, 2019, 5:07 PM
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^Agreed. It sometimes feels like a snoozefest in that area of town.

The area's character definitely attracts residents who are not looking to live amongst tons of nightlife and 3am activity. More about convenience to the Loop, the Lakefront, cultural amenities - and yes, convenience to the nightlife without living on top of it.
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The area's character definitely attracts residents who are not looking to live amongst tons of nightlife and 3am activity. More about convenience to the Loop, the Lakefront, cultural amenities - and yes, convenience to the nightlife without living on top of it.
One hundred percent agree. I live in the snoozefest of Dearborn Park and I love it. The Riverline being even farther removed from State Street and Michigan avenue would likely be even quieter.
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One hundred percent agree. I live in the snoozefest of Dearborn Park and I love it. The Riverline being even farther removed from State Street and Michigan avenue would likely be even quieter.
I"m not so sure. Wells will be very busy when the punch it through to Chinatown, Harrison has so much traffic you can barely drive through there, and you can hear a constant hum of traffic from Ida B. Wells. Then you have the Metra trains sitting there running their engines...
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One hundred percent agree. I live in the snoozefest of Dearborn Park and I love it.
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Some pictures from the park from earlier today:






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Some pictures from the park from earlier today:

I really like this. The wood and natural rock are nice choices I think.
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I wonder if they are partially mirroring that on where we live in Long Island City (Queens). We really enjoy having access to it right in back of our place. Riverline could possibly be similar in the end minus the skyline view.
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Looks like a nice sampling for what to expect. So far so good
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