735 West Wisconsin
3L’s most recent acquisition, 735 West is an adaptive reuse project for a 12 story building located in the heart of Westown. The nearly 141,000 square foot tower is located within walking distance of the Bucks Entertainment District, Marquette University and its new Aurora Health Care Athletic Research Center, the Downtown Milwaukee transit systems, the central business district and the countless other local attractions.
57 E 21st Street,
Chicago, IL 60616
21st Street Lofts
Formerly known as the Yellow Cab Building, 21st Street Lofts is a five-story vintage building located in the emerging South Loop Corridor. 3L Real Estate acquired the building in 2016, with plans for adaptive reuse. This project is located one block west of a 1,206-room Marriott Marquis hotel and 10,000-seat arena that will host DePaul University basketball games and other events.
5748 S Blackstone,
Chicago, IL 60616
Built in 1930, Blackstone is a 35,106 square foot, six-story, apartment building designed by architect Ralph D. Huszagh. The property was originally built as an apartment community in 1930. 3L Real Estate acquired it in 2016 from The University of Chicago for student housing use. It currently comprises 81 fully renovated units and offers 5G internet speeds, keyless entry, and large common area spaces.
5540 S Hyde Park Blvd
Chicago, IL 60637
Broadview at the Park
Beachside living at it’s finest. Built in 1926, The Broad View is a 86,304 square foot, seven-story, student housing building. Originally built as a hotel in 1926, 3L Real Estate purchased it in 2016 from The University of Chicago for student housing adaptive reuse.
It currently comprises fully renovated 187 units and offers large community spaces including a spacious lobby, community kitchen and dining area, gameroom, library, computer lab, and exercise room.
5445 S Ingleside Ave
Chicago, IL 60615
Built in 1920, Maclean is a 49,609 square foot, four-story, student housing building. Originally built as a parish retirement home, was acquired by the university and renovated in 1991.
Maclean features the most common space of any house in the Housing System, including a full commercial kitchen that residents may use, a large central lounge and dining room, a solarium, a basement game room and an assembly room with a 15′ projector wall.
It is named for Norman Maclean, a University of Chicago professor and author of the novel A River Runs Through It. 3L acquired it and renovated it for student use in 2016.