From Clarendon Park Neighborhood Association:
The next meeting to discuss the development of the Maryville property will take place next Tuesday, January 20th at 7pm. The meeting will again be held at the Kahawa Coffee House, 838 W. Montrose.
This will be our second and last meeting in advance of our meeting with the Sedgwick Properties, the proposed developer. We will again use this time to make sure we address questions and concerns from neighbors and the community at large. The meeting with the developer may take place by the middle of February at the latest. We will let you know when that meeting is scheduled.
We will also update everyone on the last meeting, and any answers we have been able to track down. This meeting is a chance to ask questions and voice concerns. Please come out and support your neighborhood block club.
If you have questions or concerns in the meantime, please email them to us at this address. Thanks.
Clarendon Park Neighborhood Association
Thanks Clarendon Park Neighborhood Association for setting these meetings up. I hope that your input into what you want to be build in your neighborhood is valued by the 46th ward alderman. I am wondering what process she will put in place to alert your community to any changes from the original plan, as the process continues. I have learned from Wilson Yard that what is proposed in the beginning can be very different from what gets developed at the end, with little info shared as to why the changes took place.ReplyDelete
dangit! I couldn't go to the last meeting and I'll be out of town for this one. can anybody tell me what was discussed at the last meeting? please?ReplyDelete
What happened at that previous meeting?ReplyDelete
Does CPNA have a web site where we can read meeting minutes?
Any word on what the early intentions are for this site? Residential? Condos?ReplyDelete
Are they going to tear down the buildings? I'm sure most people can't see it, but these are cool buildings (if you take the crosses off). There must be a law that buildings can't get old in America. And we wonder why European cities are so charming....hmmmm because they actually let buildings get old.ReplyDelete
As I recall (secondhand info here) the initial proposal was for a 25? story mixed condo, apartment, retail building fronting on Montrose NW corner Montrose/Clarendon.ReplyDelete
I agree this is a cool building -edgy lines and a creative shape. I imagine it will be torn down as its current design doesn't lend itself for efficient use otherwise.ReplyDelete
How about a mixed-use project with a "vertical mall" sort of like the Century at Clark & Diversey?ReplyDelete
I remember when it used to be CUNEO Hospital. My dad was there for kidney stones. The medical treatment was very sub-par. Then the Latin Kings used to sell rock in the laundromat just west of it whihc is now condos.ReplyDelete