Enclave Bucktown progressing on former Phoenix Fastener site

Enclave Bucktown

Rendering of Enclave Bucktown from Guardian Properties.

When last we visited the site of the future Enclave Bucktown, demolition was still in the process at what used to be Phoenix Fastener at 2501 West Homer Avenue. Now, many of the 50 3- and 4-bedroom row homes from developers Guardian Properties and Harlem Irving Companies are taking shape. John James Construction, hired as the general contractor for the properties, has a row of the Pappageorge Haymes Partners-designed homes off the ground, and another row of foundations in the ground.


Demolition on Homer Street clears the way for Enclave Bucktown

Enclave Bucktown

The front door is open, but I’m pretty sure Phoenix Fastener is closed.

There are 50 row homes coming to the Bucktown neighborhood in the very near future. We know this because A. There’s a website for the upcoming Enclave Bucktown, and B. the former Phoenix Fastener building at 2501 West Homer Street is being demolished to make room for it.

Designed by Pappageorge Haymes Architects, Enclave will have 49 “upscale” row homes on the 2-acre site wedged between Homer and Cortland Streets at North Campbell Avenue. The 3- and 4-bedroom homes, being developed in a joint effort by Guardian Properties with Harlem Irving Companies, have no building permits yet, but there’s a sales trailer on the Cortland side of the project, even as KLF Excavating continues to tear down the Homer Street side.

You can learn more than you’ll ever need to know about Enclave Bucktown by downloading the pdf brochure here.