Please explore our development projects in Lakeview East commercial district:
This project design features:
- 90 apartment units (studio, one and two bedroom)
- 50,000 square feet of retail space that will include a grocery store
- 39 parking spaces
- Interior bicycle parking and storage
The former site of The Alley at 3228 N Clark has been purchased and planning for the redevelopment of the site is underway. The developers are a group of local Chicagoans whose projects span diverse asset types, including apartments, condos, retail, commercial, parking garages & mixed-use.
Coming soon to 3463-75 N. Clark Street is a “to-be-named” 53 room boutique hotel located in the shadows of Wrigley Field and amidst the hustle and bustle of the vibrant Clark Street corridor. This hotel, being developed by a joint venture between Marc Realty, Horizon Realty Group and Holiday Jones, aims to offer a unique and sophisticated hospitality experience in the heart of Chicago’s Lakeview/Wrigleyville neighborhood. The development will also include over 4,000 SF of retail space ideal for a distinctive neighborhood restaurant with a strong emphasis on a superior dining experience. Coming Spring 2017.
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Inspired by visionary Wrigley Field architect and Chicagoan Zachary Taylor Davis, Hotel Zachary promises to be a genunine place to rest, revelry and rejuvenation, nestled in the heart of Lakeview. For up-to-date information regarding Hotel Zachary construction, please click here.
Wrigley Field Construction
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MedMar has been approved for a special use for a medical cannabis dispensary for the building at 3812 North Clark Street. The site is currently improved with a 2-story building and a garage. It is currently a vacant ground floor storefront and 3 dwelling units (one on the ground floor and two units on the second floor). Upon approval of its special use from the Zoning Board of Appeals, MedMar intends to purchase the property, and will redevelop the building with a medical cannabis dispensary on the ground floor and MedMar’s offices on the second floor. No dwelling units will be located on the site. Secured loading will be provided within the enclosed garage that will be attached to the building. The dispensary will be operated consistent with State of Illinois laws and regulations relative to medical cannabis dispensaries.
On Thursday, April 17, 2014 Mayor Emanuel and CTA President Forrest Claypool announced their plan to modernize the CTA's Red and Purple lines which would completely rebuild the northern portion of the CTA's Red Line (Belmont Station to Howard Station). This project, known as the Red and Purple Modernization Project ("RPM Project") would include the construction of a two block long bypass beginning at Belmont separating the northbound Brown Line from the Red and Purple lines to reduce congestion. This flyover would require 16 buildings in the 44th Ward between Belmont and Addison to be acquired by the CTA for construction and would affect many of the neighboring residences and businesses in our community. I have serious concerns about this project and will work vigilantly with our neighbors to review the full plans and designs for the bypass. My office is coordinating meetings with the CTA, neighbors and businesses that would be affected by this. As soon as additional information becomes available, I will share it with our community.