5231 Hohman


Hammond, Indiana

NWI Hohman LLC

100 Units
9 Stories
10,000 SF Retail/Commercial
98,903 GSF

Under Construction

Courtesy of ResElevate

The adaptive reuse development at 5231 Hohman Ave in Hammond, Indiana, aims to revitalize the historic Bank Calumet building, once the city's tallest structure and a prominent fixture in the commercial district of the city. Since its construction in 1924 and subsequent use by First Midwest Bank in 2006, the building has remained vacant since 2015, impacting the city's vitality. The project seeks to transform the prime location into a vibrant centerpiece, attracting new residents and visitors while invigorating Hammond's economic and cultural landscape. The plan includes converting the 9-story building into 100 contemporary residences with flexible layouts, incorporating retail spaces and co-working areas on the ground floor. The comprehensive renovation involves structural improvements, updated systems, facade restoration, and eco-friendly features, preserving its historical charm while ushering in a modern urban apartment style to rejuvenate the neighborhood.

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