Quick Facts
Chatham Village's history includes many contributors, several phases of development, all reflected below in interesting facts and figures.
 
Sponsor - The Buhl Foundation
 
PHASE I
Townhomes  Completed 1932-1933
  26 buildings comprising 129 townhouses
Planners Clarence Stein and Henry Wright
Architects Ingham & Boyd
Landscape Architect  Ralph E. Griswald
Commercial Buildings Completed 1933
Four retail store spaces and Chatham Village office  
Planners  Clarence Stein and Henry Wright
Architects
Ingham & Boyd
Landscape Architects Ralph Griswald and Theodore Kohaukie
 
Phase II
Townhouses          Completed 1934
  14 buildings comprising 68 townhouses
Planner  Henry Wright
Architects Ingham & Boyd
Landscape Architect Theodore Kohaukie
 
Phase III
Chatham Manor and Parking Completed 1956
One building with 19 apartments   
Garage Compound F  
Planner Fredrick Bigger
Architects Ingham & Boyd
Landscape Architect Griswald Winters Swain
 
Chatham Hall
Original Bigham Estate Built 1849
Now home of Chatham Village Club Renovated 1935
Architects Ingham & Boyd
  Renovated 1992
Architects Bolin Cywinski Jackson
 
Other Facts
Total Area 46 acres
Developed Area 16 acres
Recreation Areas 4 acres (Playgrounds, tennis courts, ball fields, etc.)
Woodlands 26 acres, includes 1.5 miles of walking trails
Roads 1.8 miles
Walkways  2.8 miles
Rendering of a typical Village house by Ingham and Boyd, the local architectural firm that worked with urban planners Stein and Wright to design Chatham Village.
 
Architect Henry Wright, 1878 - 1936