BLVD located in the Fulton Market District at 817 W. Lake Street will be opening soon and they are having open interviews for front of house (FOH) and back of house (BOH) staff.
Join them on 5/22, 5/23, 5/24 from 10am - 2pm at 656 W. Randolph Street from interviews.
BLVD the much anticipated retro-Hollywood themed 200 Seat, 2 bar, Restaurant and private events space takes its inspiration from restaurants and lounges on Sunset Boulevard in the 1950's. The food will be contemporary american lead by chef Ross Mendoza.
Thank you to those who attended the Fulton Market Streetscape – Section 2Project Public Meeting on April 11th!
If you attended the meeting, please take a minute to fill out this brief survey to provide feedback so we can continue to improve upon public meetings in the future.
If you were unable to attend the meeting, you can review project information and the presentation shared at the meeting here.
We look forward to another Public Meeting later this year, and we will provide updates as the project progresses.
The Fulton Market Streetscape Project Team
West Central Association - Chamber of Commerce enlisted Metropolitan Planning Council to review the on-street parking inventory and provide recommendations in the West Loop neighborhood.
Behind the Numbers:
Total on-street parking is 5,510 Spots
4548 Free and unrestricted
322 paid Meter
Sterling Bay representatives joined by Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Alderman Burnett today to break ground on the 12-story office with commercial space in the hot Fulton Market District.
We would like to congratulate Sterling Bay on this great project that not only will bring jobs and economic growth to the neighborhood but will activate Lake Street.
WCA approved the project based on:
Transit-Oriented & Mixed-Use Development- The proposed development will contribute to the WCA/MPC study and City of Chicago’s goals for greater economic vibrancy near transit site’s as well as greater density west of the Loop. Additionally, the development adds more parking than required under the TOD ordinance with two above-grade parking levels, creating a user-friendly, mixed-use experience for tenants and patrons.
Setbacks- northern setback along the alley will enhance tenants’ experiences and provide relief to neighboring buildings. This demonstrates Sterling Bay’s sensitivity to its neighbor and the community.
Contribution to Funds- Sterling Bay will pay approx. $1,593,636 into the City of Chicago’s Neighborhoods Opportunity Fund and $199,205 into each of the Citywide Adopt-a-
Landmark and Local Impact Funds.
Lake Street Lighting – The committee requests Sterling Bay improve the exterior lighting to ensure that there is significant illumination on Lake Street, as the pedestrian experience and pedestrian safety in this burgeoning neighborhood are of paramount importance.