|By PR Newswire||
|January 21, 2014 01:30 PM EST||
CHICAGO, Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- North Dayton Street. Orchard. Burling. The common denominator: location, location, location. Prime locations don't come along every day, especially in Lincoln Park. But Foster Design Build has been making it their business to seize the opportunities. With a niche for building luxury single-family homes in sought-after neighborhoods, Foster Design Build is expanding its footprint. Robert Berg, founder and President of Foster Design Build emphasizes, "We are keeping an eye out to secure great deals on desirable properties. And that provides an opportunity for us to pass along those savings to our clients. As a further plus, Foster Design Build has created a strong relationship with @properties, to offer and market custom home development."
Now, for the specifics on three Lincoln Park addresses. Each one offers the opportunity to secure a fabulous location and work with Foster Design Build on your luxury home, from the concept to the completion. You can count on full masonry construction with two-car attached garages. That home theater? Of course. A wine cellar? No problem. Bring on the special requests.
First stop: 1903 North Orchard Street. The 24x125 foot lot currently has a single-family home that Foster Design Build will tear down to construct your special home. On this beautiful block of beautiful homes, this address is just waiting for your own beautiful home to join the neighborhood.
Heading north: 2121 North Dayton Street. Currently, an apartment building sits on this 25x125 foot lot. Foster Design Build is ready to tear it down and build your luxury custom home in its place, working with your special ideas, and suggesting many other ideas for using this space.
Now, on to the special opportunity at 2457 North Burling Street. The 25x125 foot lot contains a single-family home that will be torn down by Foster Design Build so they can build your custom single-family home. But there is more to this story - an opportunity to really think big. With an option to purchase the lot next door as well, there's the potential for an 11,000 square-foot dream home. Just imagine the possibilities!
Working with Foster Design Build, you can count on meticulous attention to detail and superior customer service. Always mindful of client budgets, they are equally mindful of client schedules. The thoughtful way they approach their work is even evident in their well-organized job sites. They know how to be good neighbors while working on the project. Their in-house process weaves architecture, construction and interior design together for a collaborative, cohesive outcome. They are leading the way with green building and sustainable, energy-efficient design. Foster Design Build does not build speculative houses. They do houses on spec…your specs. Showcasing your personality and your lifestyle.
About Foster Design Build
A leading construction management and general contracting authority in Chicago, Foster Design Build is a team-based practice of intensive construction management that prioritizes client service and satisfaction. Through a collaborative strategy, Foster Design Build assembles talented engineers, architects, interior designers and subcontractors necessary to complete each project, while managing and monitoring the entire process, from the initial meeting to the finished home. Whether it's a luxury custom home, extensive historical restoration, kitchen remodel or light commercial office building, Foster Design Build meticulously handles each and every detail in a timely, cost-effective and professional manner to produce results that always exceed expectations.
Foster Design Build is a member of the National Association of Home Builders, The American Institute of Architects, National Kitchen and Bath Association, and the U.S. Green Building Council.
Contact: Wendy Berg – 312.445.9564
Written by Phyllis L. Cohn
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