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South Chicago Redevelopment Projects Gets Major Commitment From Fifth Third Bank
Bank officials pledged up to $20 million in funds and services for affordable housing, shops and community programs in South Chicago, but a specific breakdown of the commitment is still a couple months out.
Preservation Group Fights To Save Lakeview Bank After Developer Starts Demolition To Make Way For Mystery Tenant
Crews began demolishing the Lakeview Fifth Third Bank building on Friday, but preservation advocates said the permit should have never been approved.
Developer Won’t Tell Alderman, Neighbors What Will Open In Lakeview’s Fifth Third Bank Building Until It’s Under Construction
Developers want to convert the Fifth Third Bank building at 3179 N. Clark St. into two stories of commercial space, but its tenants are shrouded in secrecy. The same situation is happening in a Fifth Third building in Lincoln Square.
Developer Of Mystery Lincoln Square Grocer Still Won’t Speak To Public Even After Alderman Threatens Downzoning
“The lack of concrete information or willingness to communicate without being coerced is troubling," one neighbor said.
North Center Alderman Denies Developer’s Plan For Mystery Grocery Store At Bank Building
The developer proposing a 45-foot-tall commercial building at Irving Park, Lincoln and Damen said they could not identify the grocery involved because of a non-disclosure agreement.
North Center Developer Plans Grocery Store At Busy Intersection. Like In Lincoln Square, They Won’t Say Which Company Is Involved
The project at 3950 N. Damen Ave would be a commercial building with a bank and grocery store. But the developer won't reveal which grocer it is.
Lincoln Square Neighbors, Aldermen Frustrated As Developer Stays Mum On Grocery Store: ‘We Don’t Like The Fact You’re Avoiding This Process’
Hubbard Street Group plans to redevelop the Fifth Third Bank building, which could put a national grocery chain on the second floor. But it's not said which retailer it would be.
Fifth Third Bank Announces $20 Million Investment In Chicago’s South And West Side Opportunity Zones
Specific projects in line for the funding were not announced at Monday's press conference, but will be unveiled "in the coming months."