Wrigleyville Dental Moved; Crosby\'s Kitchen Expanding

Wrigleyville Dental has officially moved to Ashland and School, and Crosby\’s Kitchen will be expanding into their space with a new concept.  Look for something in this space by this time next year.

Retail Rumors: Could SoulCycle be coming to Southport?

So we know J. Crew is coming to 3243 N. Southport on the first level, and we also know NYC based SoulCycle is expanding into Chicago.  Taking a look at the developers website, we noticed a \”SoulCycle\” logo towards the back of the building rendering:

3423 N. Southport\’s rendering with SoulCycle\’s logo towards the back of the building

Again, complete speculation at this point, but would you welcome SoulCycle to Southport?

The official J. Crew rendering

Retail and Apartments coming to Southport, Lincoln and Wellington

From Crain\’s Chicago Business, a mixed-use development is coming to the former Herdegen-Brieske Funeral Home with about 10 apartments and full retail on the first level.

\”A venture led by Chicago-based developer Stonestreet Partners bought a former funeral home in Lakeview that it plans to redevelop into retail space and apartments. Stonestreet paid $3.8 million for the Herdegen-Brieske Funeral Home property at the northeast corner of Lincoln, Southport and Wellington avenues, a 12,500-square-foot building on 0.33 acres, according to a statement from Mid-America Real Estate, the Oakbrook Terrace brokerage that sold the property. Stonestreet CEO David Trandel said he aims to keep the brick building, which dates back to 1918, and find a retail or restaurant space to lease its street-level space. Trandel, who is teaming up on the project with Barrington apartment developer Rick Cavenaugh, also plans to redevelop the property with about 10 apartments. Mid-America Principal Paul Bryant and Vice President Andrew Becker represented the seller, the Herdegen family.\”

And more from the Chicago Sun-Times, apartments will rent between $2,500 to $3,300 per month, and national retail tenants are eyeing the spot for it\’s prime location.