Developers of Kendall Place report they’ve sold eight of the 19 single-family homes planned for the full-block site in northeast Evanston.
The project was announced in October, with groundbreaking in February.
“We are thrilled with the positive feedback we’ve received from our clients and potential new homeowners,” Deborah Beaver, vice president of North Shore Builders, the developers of Kendall Place, said in a news release. “With Spring upon us, we are confident that interest in the remaining properties will continue to steadily grow.”
Beaver says the historically-inspired luxury homes are designed to reflect the traditional architectural style of the neighborhood near Northwestern University, while meeting the needs of today’s modern homeowners.
Bordered by Sherman and Orrington Avenues and Colfax and Lincoln Streets, Kendall Place is walking distance to downtown Evanston, the university and Lake Michigan and has easy access to public transportation.
Fourteen of the lots are 44-feet wide by 164-feet deep, while the rest are 70-feet wide by 106-feet deep. All homes include a two-car garage, full finished basement, and fenced in yard.
The single family homes range from approximately 3,000 to 6,000 square feet and pricing begins in the $1.2 million to $1.3 million dollar range.