The mixed-use development located in the intersection of Lincoln, Southport and Wellington is almost complete, after years of stop and go construction.Continue reading “Here is what is coming to 3001 N. Southport”
After years of starting and stopping construction, along with rendering changes, it appears that the stalled mixed-use development has started the marketing process for obtaining new retailers. The rendering has greatly changed since 2017, and construction should be restarting soon.
From the leasing brochure:
“Newly renovated, magnificent Lake View retail space on the prominent CORNER of Southport, Wellington, and Lincoln Avenues. This property sits in the doorway of one of Chicago\’s busiest retail corridors. Retail spaces are 1,566 sf., 1,800 sf., 2,015 sf. or 3,581 sf. Office space on the 2nd floor is 6,600 sf and divisible to 2,600 sf. Ideal uses include retail, restaurant, service retail, salon, school, daycare, co-working, medical etc. Steps from the Wellington and Diversey Brown/Purple line platforms. Be a part of the incredible revitalization of the Lincoln and Southport intersection which has seen an explosion in new businesses and property development.”
Construction has finally started on 1356 W. Wellington in what will become a new mixed-use retail and apartment development.
|Rendering of 1356 W. Wellington from DNA Info Chicago|
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.”
The “Lincoln Hub” is located in Chicago\’s Lakeview neighborhood at the intersection of Wellington, Lincoln and Southport Avenue. It is almost complete, and we took a visit there on Memorial Day.
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