New funding has been announced for the Muddy Waters MOJO Museum at 4337 S Lake Park Avenue in North Kenwood. Located near the intersection with E 43rd Street in the changing area, the Muddy Waters Original Jam Out Museum (MOJO) will restore the former home of the famed musician and the vacant lot adjacent to it. The project is being led by Muddy’s great granddaughter Chandra Cooper with local firm BauerLatoza working on its design.
4337 S Lake Park Avenue
New details have been revealed for a new small garden as a part of the Muddy Waters museum at 4337 S Lake Park Avenue in North Kenwood. Located just south of the intersection with E 43rd Street, the garden will replace a vacant lot adjacent to the now landmarked once-home of the famed musician. The MOJO, or Muddy waters Original Jam Out Museum and its founder Chandra Cooper partnered with local architecture firm BauerLatoza Studio on the design which was recently presented at a neighborhood meeting.