Foxford Communities Completes Second Building at Clocktower Pointe
Work is under way on at Clocktower Pointe, a condo development in Countryside, a southwest suburb of Chicago, with two of its buildings now finished.
By Dees Stribling, Contributing Editor
Countryside, Ill.—Work is under way on at Clocktower Pointe, a condo development in Countryside, a southwest suburb of Chicago, with two of its buildings now finished. Located at the intersection of Joliet and Willow Springs roads, the property will feature six six-story buildings upon completion, comprising a total of 108 units.
Units will range in size from 1,882 square feet to 2,267 square feet for a handful of penthouses, with two to three bedrooms and two to two-and-a-half baths. Prices range from $359,900 to $589,000.
The developer is Foxford Communities. According to Peter Brennan, president of the company, one of the target markets for the property are people looking to downsize from the upkeep of a single-family home without downsizing square footage. Also, considering its proximity to the city, he says it’s a good location for commuters.
Amenities include master suites with a walk-in closet and master bath with a soaking tub, walk-in shower and a double-bowl vanity. Residences also feature laundry rooms with washer and dryer units, and 9-foot ceilings along with crown molding and hardwood flooring in the kitchen, living and dining areas. Each building includes an elevator and heated parking garage with extra storage space.
Foxford is a Hinsdale, Ill.-based multifamily specialist. Since 2010, the company has brought a number of failed condo projects for revival as viable developments, and has also completed new-construction infill projects.