Mixed-use property completed in 2019 includes Culver’s restaurant and 38 luxury rental apartmentsCHICAGO – August 8, 2023 – Bradford Allen Investment Advisors (BAIA) today announced it has closed on the purchase of The Henry, a mixed-use property at 4346 N. Honore St. in Chicago’s Ravenswood neighborhood. The five-story elevator building, completed in 2019 and located just steps away from the Montrose Brown Line CTA stop, includes 38 one- and two-bedroom luxury rental apartments and a ground-level Culver’s restaurant.uires
John Butler, executive managing director, and Danielle Morse, senior managing director, negotiated the purchase on behalf of new ownership. The seller of the property was represented by Tyler Hague and Lauren Stoliar of Colliers.
Common resident amenities in the pet-friendly building include an indoor/outdoor rooftop lounge and terrace with built-in grills, a lobby lounge and bike storage room. Individual apartments feature in-unit laundry, custom cabinetry, subway tiling, quartz countertops and walk-in closets. At the time of purchase, the building was 97% occupied. Rents range from $1,751 to $3,000.
“The Henry’s Ravenswood location offers a neighborhood vibe and checks many of the boxes today’s renters desire, including modern amenities and easy access to bars, restaurants, shops and entertainment all located within a mile radius of the building,” said Morse. “We are excited to add this high-quality, newer construction, urban, transit-oriented property to our expanding Chicago-area multifamily portfolio.”
About Bradford Allen Investment Advisors
Founded in 2013, currently with over $4bn in assets under management and over 3 million square feet of real estate, Bradford Allen Investment Advisors (BAIA) is an alternative asset manager specializing in commercial real estate and private placements. A wholly owned subsidiary of Bradford Allen—a vertically integrated real estate firm—BAIA provides end-to-end real estate transaction and management solutions for multifamily, commercial office, and mixed-use development across the US. The firm’s roots are in brokerage and property operations, a lineage that traces back to 2003 when the firm’s principals—Jeffrey Bernstein and Laurence Elbaum—founded Bradford Allen Realty Services.