A new development proposed last year for Uptown has been redesigned and recently won aldermanic approval.
The plan will replace a car wash at 6145 N. Broadway with a new six-story mixed-use building with first floor retail and a total of 105 new apartments, most of which will be one bedrooms and studios. It was originally designed as a 187-unit building that was more than 80 percent studios.
“After receiving overwhelming support from the community in a vote at last week’s meeting, I am in support of this development moving forward,” Alderman Osterman told the Edgeville Buzz. “I think this will be a solid development that will bring vibrancy to the Granville and Broadway area of our community.”
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