Outdoor Living at District House

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Big changes are coming to District House in the coming weeks. Infrastructure work below grade is largely complete and the first shipment of steel has arrived, which is now rising above Lake Street.

Spring is here, and it's time to get back outside! District House offers buyers unique opportunities to connect with the outdoors. Each unit has a balcony and access to a large common rooftop deck accessible by elevator. The rooftop itself will be an oasis — planted with vegetation and green roofs, contributing to the project's Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, or LEED, certification. 

 
Frank Vihtelic, listing agent, says this was all by design. "The District House project focuses on the buyer's connection to the outdoors. From the visual connection created by the expansive floor-to-ceiling glass to the balconies and rooftop amenities, there is simply nothing like this in Oak Park."
 
There are other options in the building that offer buyers even more private exterior space. In addition to attached balconies, each unit on the penthouse level has access to a private terrace on the roof where they can entertain, garden or relax. In addition, the second floor units — called the Terrace Level — will feature some of the largest outdoor spaces within the project. The second floor sits on top of the roof of the parking and retail components, leaving over 4,000 square feet of roof space activated with terraces for a select number of units. 
 
"With anywhere from 500 to 1,300 square feet of private outdoor terrace space, the only thing that separates these units from the outdoors is floor-to-ceiling glass," continued Frank Vihtelic. "It changes the character of condo living — just open a door for summer parties and weekend visits with the grandchildren, keeping the action outside and the quiet indoors."
 
District House is now over 40% sold and under construction. Two of the five terrace units have been sold. To learn more about the project's outdoor amenities, as well as everything else District House has to offer, stop by the sales center at 805 Lake Street. Alternatively, you may call Frank Vihtelic at 708-386-1810 for more information.

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