Developer: Wingspan Development Group
Architect/Designer: Studio 222 Architects, Eleni Interiors
Location: Plainfield, Illinois
Unit Size: 284
Cost: $60 million
Wingspan Development Group’s Sixteen30 development in Plainfield, Illinois, opened its doors to residents on Nov. 1, with 80% of its 284 units leased as of move-in day, according to a press release shared with Multifamily Dive.
Sixteen30 is located 40 miles southeast of Chicago, near the intersection of two major highway corridors. It consists of eight garden-style buildings with “neo-farmhouse”-style exteriors, featuring peaked A-line roof structures, a brick facade base and a mix of blue, gray and white color block tones.
The buildings are situated around a central 7,500-square-foot clubhouse, which was recently awarded a Platinum Key Award for Community Design/Amenities from the Home Builders Association of Greater Chicago.
Apartments range from studios to three-bedroom units, 600 to 1,500 square feet in size. All units offer vinyl plank flooring in the main living spaces, 9-foot ceilings, walk-in closets, in-unit laundry, stainless appliances, keyless entry and a patio or balcony.
The clubhouse features a resort-style pool area, a great room, a coffee bar, a fitness center, a demonstration kitchen, a pet spa and office suites, among other amenities. Outside, residents can make use of a bocce ball court, fire pits, grilling stations and two dog parks.
Lincoln Property Management will manage Sixteen30, according to the official website.