Total proposed residential units (mix of studio, 1-BR & 2-BR) 361
Total number of enclosed parking spaces 548
Total retail square footage Approximately 28,000 SF
Total office square footage 8,000 SF
The three buildings that comprise Arlington 425 are designed to work in unity to create a unique living experience while fitting in with the already thriving downtown area of Arlington Heights. The development embraces the rich history and established traditions of this exceptional neighborhood while providing today's renters with the latest design features and amenities. The Highland and Campbell buildings are designed to include rooftop space for recreation or common areas along with garden and green space in interior courtyards below.
225 WEST CAMPBELL | A 9-story building featuring 182 apartments and up to 24,000 square feet of retail/office space. The building will be designed to integrate with the character of surrounding residential high-rises. 225 West Campbell will be connected to the 44 South Highland garage.
44 SOUTH HIGHLAND | Built on top of a proposed 5-story parking garage that will abut the Vail Street parking garage, this building will rise to 13 stories in total with 125 units. Using a combination of materials including a partial glass exterior, the Highland building will provide a facade that will balance the neighboring structures and the open sky above. The top floor will include the Arlington 425 amenity center.
33 SOUTH CHESTNUT | A classic residential building featuring 54 units in a 4-story building designed to create an historic neighborhood rowhome feel.
Living at Arlington 425 provides access to the thriving downtown community with entertainment, dining and shopping all steps away. You don't need to go anywhere - it's all right here. You can also be out your door and on the Metra in literally a minute or two, or in your car and on multiple expressways before the first song on the radio ends.
Residents of Arlington 425 will enjoy spacious, contemporary designs built for comfortable living and productive space for the ever-increasing work from home population. Shared spaces among the three buildings provide social opportunities built around conversation, fitness and relaxation.
If you've been trying to figure out what your priorities are in your new residence, relax. At Arlington 425, you don't need to choose. You can have it all.