Rogers Park

Demolition Permits Issued for 1952 W Morse Avenue in Rogers Park

A demolition permit has been issued to remove a two-story multi-unit residence located at 1952 W Morse Avenue in the Rogers Park neighborhood. The permit’s owner has been listed as Ilya Pisarenko. Pisarenko applied to have the property site rezoned to RS-3 designation and split the existing lot into two zoning lots where two single-family residences would be allowed. An earlier permit was also submitted and issued for the removal of an existing coach house on the lot.

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Details Revealed For Affordable Housing Development At 7603 N Paulina Street In Rogers Park

New details have been revealed for a mixed-use development at 7603 N Paulina Street in Rogers Park. Located on the northeast corner with W Howard Street, the multi-phase project will replace a large one-story commercial building and eventually a historical multi-story storage building dating back to the 1920s and its adjacent parking lot. Developer Housing For All LLC is leading the effort for the affordable workforce housing proposal which was designed by Cordogan Clark & Associates.

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New Permits Issued for 7754 N Sheridan Road in Rogers Park

A new permit has been issued for a new three-story residential building located at 7754 N Sheridan Road in the Rogers Park neighborhood. The permit’s owners have been listed as Siraj Patel and plans indicate that the scope of the project will include three total units, an unfinished basement, and a detached, three-vehicle garage. This construction will be joining the existing constructions at Lakeview Pointe.

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Rhapsody Theater Opens at 1328 W Morse Avenue in Rogers Park

A breath of air has been blown into a historic theater in Rogers Park. The newly opened Rhapsody Theater opened Tuesday at 1328 W Morse Avenue. The theater originally opened in 1912 as the Morse Theatre which operated as a vaudeville and movie house. According to  Cinema Treasures, the original theater sat 650 audience members. In 1938 the theater was remodeled in an Art Deco style, reopened, and was dubbed the Co-Ed Theatre.

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