You could call one of these home soon. If we do not answer your call right away, it’s because we are hard at work on one of these homes.
Bloom on Marquette
The Bloom home is currently the lowest-priced net-zero energy home on the market in Chicago, and priced to competitively compared to virtually any home. Among its features:
- Ultra-quiet and comfortable
- Healthy, efficient and affordable--anticipated LEED platinum-certification
- 2,100 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths
- Eight new beautifully designed, net-zero energy capable, contemporary luxury homes starting at $389,900.
Located in Woodlawn just minutes from University of Chicago, the Lake, and Metra/Green Line el trains. Light-filled main level features an open floor plan which includes a chef's kitchen with quartz countertops. Second level has three bright bedrooms including a master with en suite luxury bath. Lower level features a family room and 4th bedroom with full bath. Home pre-wired for sound, cable and network.
Advanced insulation & R5 triple pane windows yield extremely low operating cost & deliver quiet comfort inside. State of the art heating/cooling system is ultra-efficient and further decrease energy needs. Roof-mounted solar panels can offset energy consumption. Lots of healthy home features as well.
Construction set to start spring 2017
6118 S. Langley Ave.
Efficiency plus low maintenance cost equals a low total cost of ownership. This 1,400-square-foot home will have 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Modeled on the Bloom home but without a basement or solar panels, this home will be available at under $300,000, offering excellent value.
3rd Ward Parade of Homes
We are honored to have been selected along with four other homebuilders to develop market-rate single-family homes in an area between Pershing Road and 46th Street on Indiana, Calumet and Prairie Avenues.
East 60th & 6100 South Ellis
In September 2016, the City of Chicago approved the sale to Greenline of 9 lots for single-family homes. Six are on the 6100 block of South Ellis Avenue and 3 are on the 500 block of East 60th Street facing Washington Park. Each 2-story, 3,330-square-foot home will have five bedrooms and two 3.5 baths and be fully featured for comfort, health, and sustainability.