Mahalia Place

Location: Chicago

Type: Master-planned Communities
Use: Residential Rental, 110 Units
Cost: $35 million
Status: Complete 2006

Named for famed gospel singer Mahalia Jackson, who lived in the surrounding Bronzeville community, the 18 buildings that comprise Mahalia Place sit on nine parcels within the larger Legends South master-planned community. The development includes 110 rental units serving mixed-income households, with building architecture showcasing a variety of styles, from traditional to contemporary. The larger design vision is intended to integrate Mahalia Place, along with each of the project’s distinct developments together into a seamless neighborhood. Download Pdf