From earlier this year, the owner of Mystic Celt had sold the building to L3 Capital, and it has been marketed for lease over the past several months. It has now been confirmed that Mystic\’s last day of business on Southport will be January 3, 2016. Look for new retail and/or food establishments coming over the next several months. The property is currently being marketed for up to three separate store-fronts.
You can see the full listing here from Cushman & Wakefield.
|Mystic Celt\’s last holiday season on Chicago’s Southport Corridor.
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From The Chicago Tribune, the Apple Store located on Michigan Avenue will be moving south along the banks of the Chicago River on Michigan Avenue. Here are the first sketches of a “Prairie Style” Apple Store.
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Records have been filed with the Office of the City Clerk to rezone 3334 N. Southport Avenue into a 4-story mixed-use development with retail on the first level. There would be a total of 8 dwelling units including in this development. Since it is so close to Southport\’s CTA station, it could be considered a TOD.
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Spencer’s Jolly Posh Goods may be gone, but in it\’s place is Vivial – Fine Comfort Food and Cocktails. Vivial opens November 18th at 3755 N. Southport Avenue, and will feature brunch, dinner and specialty drinks from the owners of Jolly Posh.
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It’s that time of year again! The Southport Holiday Stroll will be Friday, December 4, 2015 – 5PM – 9PM from Belmont to Irving Park Road along Southport Avenue. Jollypalooza will be on Saturday, December 5 on Lincoln Avenue. More information from the Chamber of Commerce can be found here.
A local Lakeview, Ted (Twitter: https://twitter.com/RosiTed) had petitioned a Change.org petition on answers from Tom Tunney regarding crime. He finally got to meet with our Alderman on November 5, and a written response was given to him. You can read the response here:
We have had many posts this week on crime and it appears our voices are being heard. This is from one of our fellow neighbors:
“Chris “director of public safety” for Tunney’s office called me back within three hours and was very understanding, supportive and sympathetic to the issues we are seeing. He has been receiving a ton of calls and seems to understand we need help. He wants to know when police are not responding and when we feel no one is listening. He said he is open to anyone who wants to call. I spoke with him for 20 minutes. He said he took a drive down the alleys along Janssen this morning and was surprised at the amount of graffiti in the area. He says he has ordered clean up for it and would like calls anytime we see new graffiti or anything suspicious in the area. He will be present at the CAPS meeting on the 18th at 7PM at 2452 Belmont. This is our chance to meet with and talk to our law enforcement and tell them what we are seeing. He also says he\’s happy to join any neighborhood watch programs we set up to help be a resource. Call him and tell him your concerns. The more they hear from us the better.”
Southport without cars during street cleaning sure does looks cool!
Fall 2015 on Southport by Southport Corridor