The SMB Development
founders have many years
of real estate development
experience. Below are
a select few of the
projects they have directed
The Madison Club, completed in 2003,
is a 56-unit condominium development in Chicago’s West Loop
neighborhood. The development consists of 1 and 2 bedroom units with
hardwood floors, European style cabinets and large steel balconies.
The structure consists of spread footings, masonry construction and
pre-cast flooring. Demising walls between units are 12” thick
block, which greatly reduces sound transmission from one unit to another.
The Madison Club has 2 high-speed elevators and a lobby lined with
Birch panels. There are five residential floors with the top floor
that boasts 6 luxurious penthouses. The building features 2 storefront
spaces that are currently being used as a dry cleaners and a Curves
work out facility.
Tuxedo Park, completed in 1999, is a fifty-six
unit townhome project with two, three and four bedrooms. Each unit
has two and a half or three and a half bathrooms. Hardwood flooring
was installed on the main living level while fireplaces had marble
hearths and surrounds. The structure was built with closure brick,
renaissance stone, and limestone. The demising walls separating
units are 8 inch C.M.U. that makes for a solid structure and reduces
lateral sound transmission. Some townhomes have stacked units where
the upper unit has a private deck with a skyline view. Between the
stacked units are insulating materials of 3 layers of drywall, resilient
channel and an encasonic mat system to reduce vertical sound transmission.
The Mission Homes, completed in 1998, are
a combination of five single family homes and three condominiums.
The single family homes have many luxury features such as granite
kitchen tops and garage roof decks. The single family homes are
two story brick homes with a finished basement and a detached garage
with roof decks. The homes consist of a family room, four bedrooms
and three and a half baths. The condominiums are three stories with
three bedrooms and two and a half baths. The hardwood floors, fireplaces
and designer kitchens make for a very functional main floor. The
carpeted bedrooms are large and have nice closet space.
The Oak club, completed in 1995, is a fifty-two
unit townhome project with a two and three bedroom mixes. The units
have two and a half or three and a half bathrooms respectively.
The building is constructed primarily with limestone and split faces
renaissance stone. The parking garage is underneath the building
and is heated.