How Place Informs Space

January 14, 2022


One of the benefits of having so many high-quality real estate clients is that they contribute to a diverse portfolio of projects that, together, illustrate industry trends. For example, Taylor Johnson recently secured a story in Urbanize Chicago focused on residential developments that drew inspiration from their respective neighborhoods. Examples included Fifield Cos.’ Logan Apartments in Logan Square, Lendlease‘s The Reed in the South Loop, Draper and Kramer, Incorporated’s Burnham Pointe in Printers Row, Moceri + Roszak‘s Parkline Chicago in the Loop and BKV Group-designed The Fynn in suburban Elmhurst. Read the full article to learn how fostering this sense of place helps residents feel at home in their new home.

 

Clockwise from top: Parkline Chicago in the Loop, developed by Moceri + Roszak; Logan Apartments in Logan Square, developed by Fifield Cos.; Burnham Pointe in Printers Row, owned by Draper and Kramer, Incorporated; The Reed in the South Loop, developed by Lendlease; and The Fynn in suburban Elmhurst, designed by BKV Group.


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