|The large Chase branch at 1825 West Lawrence is closed for re-development. The 166 unit residential development was approved back in 2017. The 47th Wrad Aldeman Matt Martin suggested construction will start in the fall. All photos Eric Rojas, Broker, Kale Realty|
As a nearby resident and home owner I love the Lawrence Avenue road diet and the subsequent development. Density has made Lawrence Ave more lively and infrastructure improvements more pedestrian friendly. Prior to the corona-virus shutdown I attended a Greater Ravneswood Chamber of Commerce panel with 47th Ward Alderman Matt Martin. Among many things the Alderman addressed a few of the developments along Lawrence Avenue.
|The Chase Bank branch at 1825 West Lawrence is now empty. A smaller branch was built adjacent to the east.|
Chase Bank redevelopment: Alderman Martin suggested the Chase Bank property development at 1825 W Lawrence (pictured above) is schedule to break ground in earnest this fall. That will bring 166 new residential housing units to the strip nearly adjacent to the Ravenswood Metra station.
|The old Sears building at 1900 West Lawrence Avenue. Photo taken during this March.|
|The play-lot at McPherson Elementary in Lincoln Square. A new turf field addition is planned for the school.|