CHICAGO — City Club Apartments (CCA) has broken ground on the second phase of MDA within downtown Chicago’s Loop. The first phase was a 23-story historic building dating back to 1927 that CCA redeveloped into apartments in 2006. Phase II will include the addition of a new seven-story building that will add 81 units to the existing 190 apartments and penthouses. A new rooftop sky park will include a heated outdoor pool, outdoor theater, grill stations, cabanas and lounge seating. The sixth floor will house a clubroom and conference room that will connect to Phase I via a skybridge. Phase I and II residents will have access to combined amenities, including a library, fitness center, bark park and concierge services. The first residents are expected to begin moving into Phase II in March 2021. The initials MDA are derived from the building’s original name, the Medical & Dental Arts Building. Detroit-based CCA currently has four communities under construction — two in Detroit, one in Kansas City and one in Chicago.