Lincoln Park Local Business
Local business in Lincoln Park (Chicago, IL)
Friday | via Curbed
Nine months after a ceremonial ground breaking , a new hotel could be ready to rise in the 6500 Block of South Cicero Avenue after foundation work is in place for a neighboring one story restaurant being constructed on the same site. The proposed three-story, 74-room hotel project will feature the new urban boutique brand Vib. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 20 | via Chicago Tribune
John Stage, the founder and pitmaster of New York-based Dinosaur Bar-B-Que, is pictured at Chicago's Windy City Smokeout in July 2014. Stage announced today that the Chicago location of Dinosaur is closing. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 20 | via Curbed
The new Target location in Lincoln Park has officially opened. Located on the ground floor at 2650 N. Clark Street, the new 33,000-square-foot store is a miniature sized version of their larger stores typically found throughout the country. Comment?
Tuesday Jul 19 | via Chicago Tribune
The roughly 33,000-square-foot store at 2650 N. Clark St. will be the first of the Minneapolis-based chain's smaller stores to have a Freshii restaurant inside. The store, near Lincoln Park, also has a Starbucks and CVS Pharmacy. Comment?
Friday Jul 15 | via Chicago Tribune
There are mattress stores everywhere. The CEO of Mattress Firm, Ken Murphy, aims to have a store for about every 50,000 people. Comment?
Wednesday Jul 13 | via Chicago Tribune
Emilie Galper orders a drink at Capital One Cafe on July 12, 2016, in Chicago's Gold Coast neighborhood. Capital One plans to open its hybrid coffee shop-financial institution in two more Chicago neighborhoods by early 2017, part of a larger bricks-and-mortar expansion for the credit card issuer and online bank. Comment?
Thursday Jul 7 | via Chicago Tribune
The store will be at the southwest corner of Dempster Street and Bronx Avenue, near the CTA Yellow Line stop, the Minneapolis-based chain said Thursday. Target's flexible-format stores, which are often in urban areas, are smaller than typical big-box stores with products tailored to nearby residents. Comment?
Thursday Jul 7 | via Curbed
While developer Sterling Bay publicly unveiled its plans to replace the shuttered Harpo Studios in the West Loop with a brand new McDonald's corporate headquarters just two weeks ago, the proposal - along with a trio of new downtown hotels - is headed to the July meeting of city's Plan Commission for approval. Here's a quick look at the larger projects that will be heard and voted upon later this month. Comment?
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