Burling Place is a boutique condominium building that sits on one of Forbes magazine’s “Top 10 Richest Streets in America.” For this project, Tandem oversaw both the development and construction. Paying homage to a historic church that once neighbored the property, the architecture was modeled after the Gothic cathedral style. Standing at five stories, the building code is Type 1A, non-combustible, steel and concrete construction. This type of construction is typically found in mid-rise buildings and rarely in small, boutique buildings. The unit interiors range from traditional to transitional and were built to specifications that were selected by the individual owners, who were actively involved in the design process. The luxury finishes included Wolf/Subzero appliances, Perrin and Rowe plumbing fixtures and rift-cut white oak hardwood floors throughout. Two dynamic roof decks were installed for the 4th floor and penthouse units.
Location: Lincoln Park, Chicago
Architect: Sullivan, Goulette, Wilson Architects
Size: 18,000 SF