A Chicago-based company is planning to build a 367-unit apartment complex in SouthPark starting in September, and now we have our first look at a rendering of the complex.
My colleague Sam Hardiman reported last week that Bond Companies paid $15 million for the 8-acre parcel at the corner of Sharon Road and Sharon Township Lane. The land was bought from Grubb Companies, which retained a stake.
The 8 acres are vacant; the former apartment complex there has been demolished.
The apartments by Bond Companies, which have yet to be named, are just one part of SouthPark’s building boom. Next door, Synco and Schlosser are planning up to 1,100 apartments, while hundreds more units are under development nearby (check out my story about the building boom here.
So what do you think of the Bond Companies’ design?
You can see the outlines of the former complex on this map below.