Please prioritize incorporating local and BIPOC businesses into this development.
Mixed-use development, including but not limited to a mid-rise or high-rise building, including a LOCAL grocery store (Dom's, Dill Pickle or similar Co-Op, or Armitage Produce), micro retail spaces for...
Single-use property, ugly architectural details, car-oriented use with high polluting gasoline. The current set up causes congestion and doesn't present a welcoming aesethetic to the historic neighborhood.
Chicago desparately needs more housing supply. This is a good project.
More housing, more ground-level retail! Create jobs and amenities for Chicagoans, not drivers.
Waste of space, and contributes to climate change.
None. Cars park on the sidewalk, pollute the air, and use it as a cut through between Clark and LaSalle.
LANDMARK. don't demolish something that everyone recognizes as unique. This unusual structure gives this intersection something iconic, photo-worthy and interesting.
Outdoor theatre, beer garden, newsstand kiosk. Something like Jeni's Ice cream hut on Rush/Wabash or the Cafe in Viagara triangle.
While car use is a part of the intended design, the building could be repurposed as an outdoor beer garden, sheltered performance stage.
This design is an incredibly unique example of auto-age streamline modernism for Chicago. Evokes the style of Eero Saarinen's famous TWA terminal at NY's JFK airport (landmarked) or Bertrand Goldberg's...