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Community Presentation – 1003 N. Rush Street Development Proposal
May 12, 2011

On May 11th, a public meeting took place to review 3001 Development LLC’s proposal to redevelop their property at 1003 North Rush Street.  Per my direction, the development team and their architect made a full presentation of their proposal and were present to answer any and all questions residents had regarding their project.  Staff from Alderman Reilly's office were present at this meeting to monitor the discussion, take notes and record feedback.

3001 Development LLC’s proposal for 1003 North Rush Street would call for the demolition of the existing 3-story building and rebuild of a 2-story building for retail development.   The plans for the site can be viewed by clicking on this link.

Additionally, click here to view the Revised Exterior Design as of May 9, 2011.

What:      1003 N. Rush Street Community Meeting

Who:       3001 Development LLC and Ald. Reilly’s Office

When:     Wednesday, May 11th - 6:00 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.

Where:    1201 N. Clark Street, Ground floor

* Please use entrance on Division Street, just east of Clark (this is the former bank space)

As you have come to expect, I am firmly committed to providing an open and transparent community review of all local development proposals.  Thank you to all who came out on Wednesday, May 11th to take advantage of this opportunity to engage in a direct dialogue with 3001 Development LLC and their architects to gain a better understanding of their proposal and receive answers to any questions you may have.



SOAR Town Hall
Click here to view answers to questions raised at the SOAR Town Hall.



Community Meeting Summary for Streeterville Development Proposals: 410 E. Grand Ave. and Northwestern Memorial Hospital Outpatient Care Pavilion (SW corner of Fairbanks and Erie Streets)  
September 23, 2011

Alderman Reilly co-hosted a public meeting on Tuesday, September 13, 2011 with the Streeterville Organization of Active Residents to inform area residents of two recently filed planned development applications.  Alderman Reilly would like to thank everyone who participated in the open and transparent community review process.

Representatives from both Golub Real Estate and Northwestern Memorial Hospital gave a full presentation of their proposals and answered questions raised about each project.  Alderman Reilly has secured a copy of the slideshow presentations given at the meeting for those who were not able to attend.  Please click on the links below to view the presentation and learn more about the projects. 

410 E. Grand

A planned development application filed by Golub Real Estate Corporation proposing two residential mixed-use buildings: one measuring 428' with 443 rental units and a second measuring 110' with 87 rental units with a total of 297 enclosed on-site parking spaces.  The site is currently used as a surface parking lot.

For additional information, please refer to the following documents:

NMH Outpatient Care Pavilion
A planned development application filed by Northwestern Memorial Hospital for a new Outpatient Care Pavilion proposed to contain 622,692 square feet of medical office space, 575 parking spaces and 13,700 square feet of retail area.  The building is proposed at 354'.

For additional information, please refer to the following documents:






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