Construction Update
Sedgwick at Locust Gets Framed

Sedgwick at Locust

The Sedgwick at Locust gets its frame on. And up. Without help from the tower crane in the background.

You don’t need a tower crane to be cool, kids.

Case in point: The Sedgwick at Locust, at 367 West Locust Street in the old Cabrini-Green neighborhood, is having some ironwork done with the help of a simple-yet-mighty rolling crane. Showing no signs of intimidation despite being wedged between tower cranes at NEXT and Niche 905, the big-wheeled Atlas machine is doing quite well setting beams upon beams.

One of the joys in watching a low-rise structure get underway is seeing immediate signs of character, without having to sit through a whole bunch of foundation and podium work. Even with only its steel framing in place, you can already see where some of The Sedgwick’s balconies will be.

Belgravia Realty Group s building two-bed/two-bath, and three-bed/three-bath condos over this six-floor project on the former grounds of Saint Dominic’s Catholic Church. Designed by the Chicago firm of Sullivan Goulette & Wilson Architects, the 44 units at The Sedgwick at Locust range in size from 1,197 square feet up to 2,060 square feet. The development will boast a heated 52-car parking garage, roof-top deck, and high-end features and finishes throughout each condominium. Oh yes, and balconies. Each condo will have an 18-to-22-foot balcony.

Location: 367 West Locust Street, Cabrini Green

Author: Daniel Schell

Daniel Schell is a West Loop social media addict who lives for Cubs baseball, good pizza, and big cities. If you bump into him on the street, it's likely because he's taking photos instead of watching where he's going, and he apologizes.

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