Another Shuttered Chicago Sears Store To Reopen As Housing
Jun24

Another Shuttered Chicago Sears Store To Reopen As Housing

The closed Sears store at North and Harlem in Chicago’s North Austin neighborhood is the latest to be turned into housing by a New York investment group. Seritage is a company that was spun off from Sears four years ago specifically to slurp up dead Sears stores and transform them into “revitalized shopping, dining, entertainment and mixed-use destinations.” Seritage’s web site states that the company has 206...

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Chicago’s Last Sears Store to Be Reborn
May17

Chicago’s Last Sears Store to Be Reborn

Recycling is all the rage these days. ┬áSo when Sears threw two of its Chicago stores in the big blue bin, Tucker Development and Seritage Growth Properties yelled, “Dibs!” The pair is going all Baywatch on the two former department stores, breathing new life into them by turning them into “mixed-use developments with retail and residential components.” The first one is at 1601 North Harlem Avenue (North and...

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