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City Council Approves Northwestern Medicine Development In Irving Park
The $150 million project could break ground as soon as early fall, developers say.
Northwestern Project At Former Sabatino’s Site Gets Ald. Jim Gardiner’s Support
But some neighbors who live near the proposal say more revisions need to be made before the city gives Northwestern the final OK to build.
Irving Park Neighbors Worry Northwestern Project At Former Sabatino’s Site Will Add To Traffic Headaches
Northwestern still needs city approval for the zoning and permitting processes but anticipates breaking ground on the project in early fall.
Former Sabatino’s Chef’s New Restaurant Opens This Month — And He’s Bringing Back Some Beloved Dishes
The new restaurant will feature items that were on Sabatino's menu, including Rich's Special, Gnocchi de Spinaci and Chicken Sabatino.
Northwestern Buying Entire Old Irving Park Block — Including The Former Sabatino’s Building
The shuttered Sabatino’s will be demolished along with The Fairbrother Funeral Home and two apartment buildings on Irving Park Road.
Apartments Could Be Coming To Former Sabatino’s Site In Irving Park, Ald. Says
The beloved Italian restaurant served its last diners to much fanfare on Dec. 23 after 49 years in Irving Park.
Sabatino’s Chef Set To Open New Restaurant In Irving Park As McNamara’s Shrinks And Shifts Focus To The Bar
Plans include downsizing McNamara’s and creating a new restaurant headed by the former chef at Sabatino's.
Sabatino’s, Pert Cleaners Owners Reflect On Their Early Days In Irving Park: ‘As The Neighborhood Grew, We Grew’
Brothers Enzo and Angelo Pagni, Sabatino’s owners for 49 years, and Tony Lupo, owner of Pert Cleaners for 66 years, were honored by the Old Irving Park Association.