Aldi, Ross To Anchor Huge Center Set To Replace Empty Bank at Six Corners

Aldi, Ross To Anchor Huge Center Set To Replace Empty Bank at Six Corners

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The design of the shopping center reminded some Far Northwest Side residents of Wrigley Field. [Clark Street Real Estate]

PORTAGE PARK — The empty Bank of America branch at the heart of the Six Corners Shopping District would be replaced by a massive shopping center anchored by an Aldigrocery store and Ross Dress for Less clothing store, according to plans unveiled Wednesday night

The shopping center at 4747 W. Irving Park Road — to be known as the Pointe at Six Corners — would include space for a dozen stores in total, according to …

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Plans for Massive Six Corners Shopping Center Set to be Unveiled

Plans for Massive Six Corners Shopping Center Set to be Unveiled

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I want to invite you to a community meeting about a proposed shopping center development at the Six Corners intersection that will continue the revitalization of this historic area. The meeting is at 6:30 pm Wednesday, Feb. 17, at Filament Theatre, 4041 N. Milwaukee.

The builder, Clark Street Development, will provide a summary of its plan to build a 100,000-square foot, single floor shopping center at the former site of Bank of America, 4747 W. Irving Park. The center will be a mix of large retailers and …

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6 Corners group hears updates on projects, wants district to be a destination

6 Corners group hears updates on projects, wants district to be a destination

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by BRIAN NADIG

Several development proposals near the intersection of Milwaukee Avenue, Irving Park Road and Cicero Avenue and the role that subsidies could play in the success of some of those projects were discussed at the Oct. 6 meeting of the Six Corners Association.

“Six Corners is on the cusp of major development,” association executive director Kelli Wefenstette said at the association’s community leaders roundtable luncheon. “In a year from now, it could look drastically different than it does now.”

Those projects call for …

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Planning for the Future in Jefferson Park

Planning for the Future in Jefferson Park

“The community and commercial district are ready for a strong and guiding vision to rejuvenate an area that is on the cusp of vibrant economic growth and major revitalization,” Arena said.

The master plan will focus on the business district centered around Lawrence and Milwaukee avenues, where two major developments are working their way through the city bureaucracy with Arena’s support. One would build 39 apartments and 10 shops on Lawrence Avenue, while the other would build a 12-story tower next to the Jefferson Park Transit Center.

The …

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A ‘Grand Gateway’ to Jefferson Park Proposed For Blighted Land

A ‘Grand Gateway’ to Jefferson Park Proposed For Blighted Land

ALDERMAN JOHN ARENA [45TH WARD] ANNOUNCES FOUR-STORY COMMERCIAL & RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT FOR VACANT LOTS AT 5161 & 5201 WEST LAWRENCE AVENUE

CHICAGO (August 10, 2015) — After several years of vacancy, the empty lots at 5161 & 5201 W. Lawrence Ave. will undergo a major redevelopment that will include a mix of commercial retail space and residential units. The announcement comes after a decade of stagnation in the downtown commercial district of Jefferson Park.

The proposal calls for a mixed–use building with 9,990 square feet in retail …

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‘Zero Tolerance’ After Shooting Outside Portage Theater, Alderman Says

‘Zero Tolerance’ After Shooting Outside Portage Theater, Alderman Says

By Heather Cherone | June 29, 2015 5:40am

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PORTAGE PARK — The Portage Theater has been in violation of its liquor license for more than a year by failing to have cameras recording the exterior of the Six Cornerstheater, Ald. John Arena (45th) said.

A suburban man was shot June 13 after attending a dance party at the theater, but theater operators could not provide police with video from the night of the incident, in violation of its agreement with city officials that paved the way for the theater to reopen and serve alcohol, …

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Meeting for the Proposed Jefferson Park Special Service Area

Meeting for the Proposed Jefferson Park Special Service Area

 

Join the Jefferson Park Chamber of Commerce to discuss the proposed creation of the Jefferson Park Special Service Area.

The second and final meeting will be at the Copernicus Center Kings Hall (3rd floor), 5212 W. Lawrence, at 6:30 pm Thursday, May 21.

A Special Service Area is an additional property tax levy on properties in the SSA district. The Jefferson Park SSA would work to improve the viability, success and prosperity of those who have made an investment in Jefferson Park.

The SSA would be on Lawrence from the …

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ImmediateMD has opened their new immediate care facility – Gladstone

ImmediateMD has opened their new immediate care facility – Gladstone

I want to welcome another new business to our community. ImmediateMD has opened their new immediate care facility at 5228 N. Northwest Highway, in the old Gladstone Plaza strip mall.

The business is the first of what we expect will be several new businesses to move into the old plaza, which was vacant and derelict for more than a decade.

Join me in welcoming this business to our community.

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80 New Businesses and More on the way

Crews Set to Replace Sewers on Central, Lawrence Avenues in Jefferson Park

Crews Set to Replace Sewers on Central, Lawrence Avenues in Jefferson Park

 

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By Heather Cherone on March 25, 2015 5:36am @HeatherCherone

Crews are working throughout the city to replace 12-inch sewer mains with significantly larger pipes in an effort to prevent nearby homes from flooding, city officials said. View Full Caption

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JEFFERSON PARK — Crews are scheduled to begin replacing the 120-year-old sewer underneath two main streets in Jefferson Park next week, Ald. John Arena (45th) said.

The work is expected to snarl traffic along Lawrence Avenue between Central and Laramie avenues and along Central Avenue between Elston and Milwaukee avenues, Arena said. The sewer along Milwaukee Avenue between Central and Foster …

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