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Opus wraps up luxury multifamily development in Des Plaines

Opus wraps up luxury multifamily development in Des Plaines,ph1

The Opus Group completed work on Ellison Apartments, a luxury, multifamily, market rate development in Des Plaines, Illinois near O’Hare’s office and industrial submarkets. Ellison Apartments is the first new luxury apartment building in downtown Des Plaines in several years and brings an attractive offering for renters in the growing city. The development is a joint venture with Berkshire Residential Investments.

Opus was the developer, design-builder and structural engineer of record and ESG Architects was the design architect. Located at 1555 Ellinwood, the 113-unit development offers apartments ranging from alcoves to two-bedroom units, all with state-of-the-art amenities. The building also offers 1,349 square feet of available retail space at street level.

“We are thrilled to welcome residents to their new home at Ellison Apartments,” said Mike Yungerman, senior vice president and general manager at Opus. “Our team worked closely with the city of Des Plaines to bring such an exciting project to this lively and transit-oriented location.”

The building features a pet-friendly and community-focused environment with state-of-the-art amenities including a fitness center and yoga studio, club room with a community kitchen, pet spa, resident and bike storage, a work-from-home suite and game lounge. The outdoor amenity deck offers additional community and entertainment spaces for residents, featuring a grilling station, fire pit and social spa. Covered and non-covered parking will be available to residents.

“Berkshire is honored to be part of the Des Plaines community,” said Heather Boujoulian, managing director and CIO of development investments at Berkshire Residential Investments. “Ellison Apartments will make a wonderful addition to the city of Des Plaines, and we look forward to watching the growth and transformation the city will undergo over the coming years.”