Color-Changing Condo Coming to Chicago's Ukrainian Village

If you see a building in Ukrainian Village that seems to be changing colors, it isn’t just your imagination. Crain’s Chicago reports a condo building wrapped in corrugated metal that changes color with the light is heading to the neighborhood.

Renderings of the condo building planned for Ukrainian Village, courtesy of Berkshire Hathaway/KoenigRubloff Realty Group

Vladimir Radutny Architects designed the building, which will include eight condo units ranging from $549,800 to $769,800. Units will include large outdoor terraces, and top-floor units will have access to roof decks. Groundbreaking on the project is scheduled for May, with move-ins starting mid-2018.

The architect described the building as having the look of a “metal box, floating above its foundation.” Vladimir Radutny has gotten attention for the design of its own office, which involved converting a masonry shell into a stylish workspace.

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