PLAINFIELD, IL — A new luxury rental community is officially open in Plainfield. Located on Wallin Drive, near Route 30 and IL-126, the complex houses 284 units and a clubhouse with a resort-style pool.
Helmed by Mount Prospect-based firm Wingspan Development Group, Sixteen30 brings a mix of studios and one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments near downtown Plainfield. Pre-leasing for the units opened in July, and the development firm said Monday it surpassed its 30 percent leased milestone in about three months.
“Demand for luxury suburban rentals like Sixteen30 that offer people the space, flexibility and high-level amenities they want right now has been remarkably strong through the pandemic,” Chris Coleman, vice president of development at Wingspan, said in a statement. “These deluxe properties are also highly appealing for their maintenance-free lifestyle, which is especially attractive as we head into colder weather as snow and ice removal are taken care of for residents.”
EIGHT BUILDINGS WITH NEO-FARMHOUSE EXTERIORS HOUSE THE UNITS, RANGING IN SIZE FROM 600 TO 1,500 SQUARE FEET AND PRICED BETWEEN $1,525 TO $2,750 PER MONTH. SPACES ARE EQUIPPED WITH STAINLESS STEEL APPLIANCES, WALK-IN CLOSETS, IN-UNIT WASHER/DRYER SYSTEMS, KEYLESS ENTRY, AND HIGH-SPEED INTERNET. MANY APARTMENTS ALSO HAVE A PATIO OR BALCONY.
The price also comes with additional amenities. Residents will have access to a large clubhouse, home to a coffee bar, fitness center and yoga studio, pet spa, and a 24-hour package room.
THE COMMUNITY, AT 14750 WALLIN DR., IS LOCATED JUST DOWN THE STREET FROM DOWNTOWN PLAINFIELD, SO ACCESSING RESTAURANTS, BARS, SHOPS, AND PARKS IS EASY.
“Until recently, Plainfield — like neighboring Naperville — has seen much more for-sale, single-family-home development than luxury rentals,” Coleman said. “But as evidenced by our strong leasing numbers, there was definitely pent-up demand for the lifestyle and amenities offered a place like Sixteen30. And with up to three bedrooms available at the community, it’s also become an attractive option for families who are renters by choice.”