Bonobos Clothing Store is coming to Chicago’s Southport Corridor. A permit has been issued for construction and is displayed at 3434 N. Southport Avenue, Lole’s former location. The space is cleared out and construction looks to have started. Looking forward to this addition to the Southport Corridor?
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Today is your last day to shop at @lole_chicago as today is their last day open. (at Lolë Southport Chicago)
Lole Women’s Southport location at 3434 N. Southport Avenue
announced that they are closing their pop-up shop on January 15 via Facebook. Lole’s space is owned by L3 Capital, so it will be interesting to see what take its place. Did you shop at Lole?
Monday on the @southportcorridorchicago 🍁 (at Lush Cosmetics Chicago – Southport)
A great fall day on Chicago’s Southport Corridor made for perfect pictures around The ‘Port.
Indira, Coda Di Volpe, Southport Lanes
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Congrats to @lole_chicago, voted #1 Best Athleisure Store by @chicagomag 👍 (at Lole Active Wear)
The rain has finally stopped long enough for us to get our annual photos of the Southport Corridor during summertime. Some of these view will look quite different next summer with the addition of SoulCycle and J. Crew coming, along with the proposed Southport TOD.
Evereve and Lou & Grey
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New signs are up and the store at 3434 N. Southport Avenue in Chicago looks great!
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Lole Southport Chicago is now open at 3434 N. Southport Avenue, just in time for Spring.
Can’t keep up with all of the changes happening to
Chicago’s Southport Corridor? Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered. Here is a summary of what to expect over the next several months into 2016-17:
3451-53 N. Southport actively being marketed for lease
LuluBelles Pancake House building now demolished and new retail/residences coming
The Princess Club has moved to Roscoe Village and their space is currently for lease
Chipotle is eyeing the Southport Corridor
J. Crew is coming to 3423 N. Southport – see the rendering here
SoulCycle is coming above J. Crew at 3423 N. Southport
Ann Taylor’s ‘Lou & Grey’ now open at 3442 N. Southport
Corridor Brewery is coming to 3446 N. Southport
FedEx Southport location now marketed into a 12,000 sq. foot retail development (TBD)
Coalfire Pizza now open at 3705 N. Southport
Chicago Health Medical Center is opening next to Fleet Feet (officially name is TBD
B. Rose Salon has moved two door north to the former Pure Nirvana Spa location.
A new restaurant from the owners of The Gage and GEMINI BISTRO is coming to 3335 N. Southport
Mystic Celt bought by L3 and is actively being marketing for lease Einstein’s Bagel space is currently for lease
Cullen’s is closed and The Mercury Theater will be opening a new establishment in it’s place
Burger Boss is closed and is actively being marketed for lease
Lole open at 3434 N. Southport
Bitter Pops and Reverb coming to L3’s 3345 N. Lincoln Avenue
Crosby’s Kitchen expanding with a new adult concept into the Wrigleyville Dental space
Whole Foods coming to Lincoln, Ashland and Belmont
Rise Sushi and Galleria Liquors to be replaced by this TOD
The former spring yoga studio above Indira is actively being marketed
Frankie’s on the Park is coming to 3708 N. Southport Avenue
Large-scale development coming to 1356 W. Wellington Avenue
“The Spanish Square” coming to the former El Pacifico site at 1358 W. Belmont
The Former “Uncle Fun” building is demolished and will include a new mixed-use retail and residential development
3740 N. Southport office space for sale
3726 N. Southport is for lease
TOD at 3400 N. Lincoln Avenue now under construction
3345 – 3355 N. Lincoln Avenue Development
3715 N. Southport is for lease
3430 N. Southport being actively marketed by L3 and Cushman and Wakefield (However this permit was just issued for a build-out)
5411 Empanadas coming to 3715 N. Southport
3451 N. Southport being actively marketed by L3 and Cushman and Wakefield