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May 31, 2009

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laurent kanago

Edgewater has a strong and constructive chamber of commerce as well as a tight-knit residential base as John Beck above has mentioned. Edgewater also has a sustainability plan called the Edgewater Environmental Sustainability Plan to retrofit residential and commmercial buildings.

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Its really a good news for the people living there especially if they have commercial retail business. Just imagine in years time this place will be one of the major key players in the real estate business.

Mark A.Kishtow

It will be interesting to see the outcome of this bad economic wave and how it will affect this neighborhood. My name is Mark A. Kishtow, I’m with Jameson commercial Real Estate here in Chicago, I recently sold the building located at 5245 N. Clark, the south west corner of Clark and Berwyn, 35000sf building, including the usable lower level.

john beck

Andersonville is supported by a fiercely loyal resident base, but the reality is that its shops and restaurants could not survive on neighborhood traffic alone.Pretty interesting though. You even have track backs at the bottom.

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