The sprawling 294,000-square-foot building has been likened to a “horizontal high-rise,” says Linda Brace, vice president, real estate development at Mercy Housing Lakefront.
Beyond its walls, Pullman Wheelworks has helped stabilize a Chicago neighborhood ready for revival. Nearby, another team is leading the development of Pullman Park, a sweeping 180-acre mixed-use development.
Mercy Housing Lakefront and National Housing Trust-Enterprise Preservation Corp. created new space for property management offices, a maintenance shop, community rooms, and a computer lab. Interior improvements included the replacement of flooring, lighting, fixtures, cabinetry in bathrooms and kitchens, and kitchen appliances.