Apartments in the landmark building feature stained glass, wooden trusses, and exposed brick.
Extensive renovations to Logan Square’s Bethany Presbyterian Church have turned the century-old church and its adjacent lot into a collection of stunning luxury apartments. The building at 1847 N. Humboldt Boulevard, which dates back to the early 1900s, was recently renovated by Jodi Development and Ranquist Development after purchasing the structure in 2019.
Now known as The Grand Logan Lodge, apartments within offer “upscale finishes and thoughtful amenities” whilst retaining some of the church’s historic features. Open-floor plans, large windows providing abundant natural light, and spa-quality baths offer cutting-edge contemporary luxuries whilst stained glass, wooden trusses, and rustic exposed brick have revived the charm of the century-old church.
Separated by a three-story glass lobby, additional apartments built on the lot next to the church bring the total number of apartments to 15 with prices ranging from $2,445 a month to $4,795 a month.
It’s the latest Chicago church to be turned into apartments, recent years have seen a multitude of similar projects by development firms looking to work on unique and historic buildings across Chicago. According to Cook County property records, Jodi Development and Ranquist Development bought the century-old church for $1.5 million in 2019 with a goal to save the church’s beauty. As an orange-rated landmark, thanks to the property’s history and architectural features, it is protected from demolition.
Scroll through these beautiful photos of one of the luxury apartments below!
[Featured image courtesy of The Grand Logan Lodge]