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Swedish Water Tower Soon to Return to Andersonville

Most people probably won’t care, just as long as that stunning blue and yellow flag takes its place above 5211 North Clark Street once again.

    Swedish Water Tower Soon to Return to Andersonville
    A neighborhood icon will soon return to Chicago's north side. Edgeville Buzz reports that the replacement for Andersonville's missing Swedish flag water tower will be put in place in the next few weeks. Cranes have already been seen on location hoisting blue steel onto the roof of the Swedish American Museum to build the tower [...]
    https://www.chicagoarchitecture.org

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These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

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A 3-bedroom, 2-bath model apartment in the heart of Andersonville

5425 North Clark is a 3-story vintage building, next door to the popular Jerry’s, with sunny, spacious, newly-renovated 2- and 3-bedroom, 1- and 2-bath apartments.

    A 3-bedroom, 2-bath model apartment in the heart of Andersonville
    Andersonville is one of Chicago's most pedestrian-friendly, vibrant neighborhoods. A stroll along Clark Street, the neighborhood's main thoroughfare, takes you past scores of locally-owned, one-of-a-kind bars, restaurants, coffee shops, brew pubs, outdoor cafés, charming boutiques and more. 5425 North Clark is a 3-story vintage building, next door to the popular Jerry's, with sunny, spacious, newly-renovated 2- and 3-bedroom, 1- and 2-bath apartments.
    http://yochicago.com

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Uptown Hotel Meant For Vulnerable Tenants Will Be Mostly Market Rate Under Controversial Developer

The Wilson Men's Hotel (1124 W. Wilson Ave.) was sold to apartment search company City Pads, the company's founder Andrew Ahitow announced...

    Uptown Hotel Meant For Vulnerable Tenants Will Be Mostly Market Rate Under Controversial Developer
    Update: Jennifer Ritter, Executive Director of ONE Northside, told Chicaogist that the organization is in fact hoping to keep the low-cost units available for residents. "The goal is to preserve the affordable housing for the tenants," Ritter said. "Relocation is becoming virtually impossible."
    http://chicagoist.com

19 hours ago

Transit-oriented apartment development proposed for Andersonville corner

...site of a proposed four-story transit-oriented development (TOD) at the northwest corner of Clark and Ainslie. The fairly conservative looking brick-clad proposal comes from Chicago-based Axios Architects and Consultants...

...get easier if and when local neighborhood groups get on board. In the case of 4906 N. Clark, Edgeville Buzz reported that the Winona Foster Carmen Winnemac Block Club recently signed off on...

    Transit-oriented apartments pitched for Andersonville corner
    A vacant Andersonville lot and a pair of low-rise auto repair shops comprise the site of a proposed four-story transit-oriented development (TOD) at the northwest corner of Clark and Ainslie. The fairly conservative looking brick-clad proposal comes from Chicago-based Axios Architects and Consultants and features ground floor retail, parking for 29 cars, and 54 rental apartments.
    https://chicago.curbed.com

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In Andersonville, a newly-renovated 3-bedroom, 2-bath model apartment

Reside Living has just completed the renovation of 2- and 3-bedroom apartments at 5425 N Clark, in the heart of Andersonville.

    In Andersonville, a newly-renovated 3-bedroom, 2-bath model apartment
    http://www.5425NClark.com http://www.ResideLiving.com Andersonville is one of the most sought-after neighborhoods on Chicago's north side. Its main thoroughfare, Clark Street, is a pedestrian-friendly, low-density strip teeming with locally-owned, one-of-a-kind restaurants, bars, coffee shops, brew pubs and charming retail shops. Reside Living has just completed the renovation of 2- and 3-bedroom apartments at 5425 N Clark, in the heart of Andersonville.
    http://yochicago.com

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Wilson Men's Hotel, A Single-Room Occupancy In Uptown, Sold To City Pads

Earlier this week, the developer purchased the Wilson Men's Hotel at 1124 W. Wilson Ave., according to Uptown Update, which first reported the acquisition.

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Developers also purchased the former Hazelton Hotel at 851 W. Montrose Ave., according to Tressa Feher, chief of staff for Ald. James Cappleman (46th).

City Pads also owns a property at 4022 N. Sheridan Ave. in Buena Park, according to its website.

    Wilson Men's Hotel, A Single-Room Occupancy In Uptown, Sold To City Pads
    UPTOWN - City Pads has bought its second single-room occupancy hotel in Uptown this summer. Earlier this week, the developer purchased the Wilson Men's Hotel at 1124 W. Wilson Ave., according to Uptown Update, which first reported the acquisition. The purchase was confirmed by City Pads and the 46th Ward Office.
    https://www.dnainfo.com

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