Proposed Development Community Input
CLARK / ADDISON PROPERTY - UPDATE AS OF DECEMBER 4, 2008: TWO
ALTERNATIVES HAVE BEEN SUBMITTED TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD FOR CONSIDERATION.
Click here to view the two latest
proposals. Click here
to visit the developer website.
At this point in the
process, we are gathering community input on the plan as proposed and building
consensus on the topics of concern before another community meeting. As of
1/23/08, nothing has been submitted to the Chicago Planning Commission, the
Department of Transportation, the Zoning Commission or to the City Council.
Before a planned development can be built, all the aforementioned organizations
must approve the project.
We have asked the developers to send us a soft copy of the PowerPoint presentation they gave at the meeting but have not yet received it.
meeting, LVCC volunteered to conduct a poll of the community to get their
reaction to the proposal. To participate in the survey, you must provide your
contact information. If you provide your email address, you will be notified
about upcoming neighborhood meetings on this and other relevant topics.
BROMPTON AUTO (3532 N Halsted)
INTER-AMERICAN SCHOOL PROPERTY (919 W Barry)
The Advocate Illinois Masonic Hospital (836 W Wellington) plans to tear down or demolish an existing structure and build a new building on the site of the former Inter America school at 919 W Barry. The emergency room would be located on Nelson instead of Wellington.
The building would also house patient beds and testing facilities. The hospital would be able to offer state-of-the-art patient care in the modernized building. The building will be multi-story and house a new power plant. Diagnostic facilities will be replaced and located in the new building. Bridges will be present to connect buildings. The new building will house critical care, medical/surgical units, neo-natal, imaging and private rooms. The building will be 9 stories and reach 129 feet. The side on Barry Avenue will be 45 feet high and will be slightly shorter than residences located on the block. There will be a grass roof on the building.
The hospital plans to have a LEED certified building and will provide landscaping along Wilton. Wilton will be closed to traffic and the area will be a park like setting. The hospital also plans to contribute to the renovation of Weisman Park located within the boundaries of Central Lake View Neighbors.
Timeline: The hope is to have the project completed in Spring of 2014.
Status: The hospital has formed an Advisory Council of community representatives to review the plan and made several community presentations.
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