Brandin Hurley – Upshore Chapter Art Installation

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This triptych, created by local artist Brandin Hurley, was created to inspire peace and tranquility for residents.

The piece includes three separate frames with multiple panels to offer a touch of dimension for viewers as they follow the story of the “swan maiden,” a mythos pulled from various cultures to influence Hurley’s final series.

Clayco built this multifamily rental building in Chicago’s historic Uptown neighborhood at the intersection of Sheridan and Wilson. The development is located two blocks from the Red Line at 975 West Wilson.

The long neglected Uptown neighborhood is emerging from its shell. New development, including apartments and an urban Target, historically significant entertainment venues and close proximity to the lakefront make Upshore Chapter an exciting place to live.

This transit-oriented development contains 149 apartments in a twelve-story glass tower with 5,000 square feet of ground floor retail space and 29 parking spots. Residents can enjoy cutting edge amenities such as a 2,000 square-foot rooftop deck with views of Downtown Chicago, a coffee bar, exercise facility, business center and dog salon.

CRG was the developer and Lamar Johnson Collaborative was the architect on the project.




Chicago, Illinois


149 Units


  • Architect: Lamar Johnson Collaborative
  • Value: $30.7 Million