About this site
This informational website was created in response to the continuous flow of interest and inquiries regarding the history and future of the abandoned Saint Boniface property located in Chicago’s West Town neighborhood at the corner of Chestnut and Noble streets.
February 8, 2022
On 02-08-22 Saint Boniface Info met with Mike Skoulsky of Stas Development. Mr. Skoulsky provided us with a recap of his proposed development and a brief insight into the progress and future of the project.
Phase I of the Saint Boniface development project will include both the renovation of the church, and the construction of a new building just north of the church at 921 N. Noble St. Work on the church itself will save the structure from demolition and convert it's interior into eighteen, three and four bedroom condominiums. The new structure on the Noble St. side will ”most likely” be three stories in height with commercial occupancy on the first floor and six smaller condominiums on the second and third.
Phase II will be a newly constructed building on the lot east of, and adjacent to the church. This new structure will be approximately four and a half to five stories in height and include twenty-four large condominiums.
There will be one indoor parking space per unit for the entire project.
Interior demolition work on the church began last year but was halted until pre-construction sales reached five units. Mr. Skoulsky happily reported that, as of today's date, a total of eight church units have been sold pre-construction, and that interest in the remaining units is keeping his sales team very busy.
Mr. Skoulsky and his partners have chosen a general contractor and depending upon permits, the goal is to begin structural work on the church by April 2022. The target date for completion of Phase I is spring of 2023.
The Zillow site has more info, including floor plans and renderings.
All past updates to the Saint Boniface Info website can be found on the Timeline page.
Saint Boniface Info
Photo Credit: Cheston Bogue
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Rendering Courtesy of Stas Development