Lincoln Park’s Covent Hotel to be redeveloped

Lincoln Park’s Covent Hotel to be redeveloped

The Covent Hotel in Lincoln Park will be redeveloped into a mixed-income project. The NHP Foundation and Drummond Development revealed their plans for the Hotel.

Chicago Curbed has reported that the historic single-room-occupancy building will be transformed into mixed-income apartments. The apartments will offer both affordable and market-rate units.

Brininstool+Lynch has designed the project. There will be 84 market-rate rental units and garage parking for 52 vehicles. The Covent has 60-single room units. Under the new plan, they will be converted into 30 affordable-rate studio apartments with private bathrooms and kitchens.

There will also be a 4,900 sq. ft. of renovated ground-level retail as well as new amenity spaces for residents.

The Covent Hotel is located at 2653 N. Clark St. The Hotel was originally built in 1906.

Staff writer for the Chicago Morning Star

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