Originally developed as an apartment building, Euclid Commons was converted to luxury condominiums in 2006. Located at the corner of Lake Street and Euclid Avenue in an historic Oak Park district known as “The Avenue,” Euclid Commons consisted of three stories of condominiums and over 8,000 GSF of ground floor retail. Designed to reestablish retail storefronts on Lake Street and built as the third phase of a larger project in Oak Park featuring the Mews, Terraces and Avenue Garage, the development is consistent with the historic buildings in this area of downtown. A brick-paved pedestrian walkway to the west of the building connects the Lake Street shops to the Village of Oak Park Avenue Parking Garage, which was also built by Focus.
Each home offers stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, maple cabinets, and in-unit washer and dryer. Homeowners can shop at one of the retail stores located on the first floor or in the neighborhood along Oak Park Avenue and Lake Street. The complex is a short one-and-a-half block walk from the CTA and Metra train stations.