The Arcade

Located across the street from Loyola University, the Arcade apartments were designed to appeal to Loyola students and professors as well as the Edgewater neighborhood. Consisting of larger 2 and 3-bedroom units, each unit has a shared kitchen and living space, and bedroom suites with their own baths and closets, for those who like the idea of communal living but also want privacy and security. These units work equally as well for groups of students as they do for families. The Arcade provides a total of 86 units in a seven-story building which hugs the prime corner and is clad in a serrated stone and glass façade. Retail tenants line the frontage of both Broadway and Sheridan while parking is relegated to the lower level with access off the alley. Second floor amenity spaces open out to a large roof deck for resident use. The building takes its name from the Woodruff Arcade, a two-story commercial building with an interior sky lit arcade, that formerly occupied the site.


Algonquin Venture Real Estate


Bear Construction

Façade Design:

EL (Efficiency Lab for Architecture, NY)

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