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Old Posted Yesterday, 4:18 PM
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1505 n Milwaukee and Bom Bolla (Wicker Park)

Snapped this a few days ago...

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Snapped this a few days ago...

Both the new building and the rehab look great!
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Indeed, I really like the way they both turned out.
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On the next ZBA (March 20th):


* 4025-27 N Broadway - 6 floors and 20 units from Akara Partners. This replaces that closed down Ace Furniture.



* Hampton Inn Hotel near Loyola University (145 rooms)



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^That 4025 N Broadway proposal reminds me of this proposal for the lot located just east of Ashland on Fullerton:



Unfortunately, the rendering is not an accurate representation of how it's actually turning out. I'll try to snap a pic later today.
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On the next ZBA (March 20th):

* Hampton Inn Hotel near Loyola University (145 rooms)

I hope that Loyola hotel gets built, would be good for that area. They should let Brunos run the hotel bar!
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Snapped this a few days ago...

Very nice. I wish most developments were of this caliber.
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This will occupy the vacant lot only, right? Bruno's is not getting torn down, right!? :huh:



Oh, very nice!
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Nothing will EVER displace Brunos. It is staying.
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Very nice. I wish most developments were of this caliber.
I told ya it'ld look better when they covered up the beaver board.

That's a local boy, Brent Norsman.
We've had our differences, but he's no slouch as an architect.
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Nope.

Homes can be large without there being sprawl. It's all in design and development.

My grandmother lives in such a neighborhood in Detroit.
http://www.historicbostonedison.org/
Great, I do feel better now!
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Ashland and Fullerton

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For sure looks different. However, I'm going to wait until they're done and put a facade on it.
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2754 S Eleanor - Canal Origins Boathouse

Another Gang-designed boathouse out for bid.



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