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Corporate Grocer At Prime Lincoln Square Intersection Would Be ‘Atomic Bomb’ For Local Businesses, Critics Say. But Can It Be Stopped?
Developers proposed putting a grocery store in the former Fifth Third Bank building at Lawrence and Western avenues, but no details have been shared because a zoning change isn't needed. Still, neighbors want their voices heard. by Alex V. Hernandez / Block Club Chicago / 2:30 PM CST on Jan 27, 2021 LINCOLN SQUARE — A proposed development at the heart of Lincoln Square is alarming neighbors and business owners who fear it could be a national grocery store chain, like an Amazon Fresh. Developer HubbardTuesday, January 26, 2021
Developer using 'loophole' to foist grocery chain on Lincoln Square, threatening independent stores, alderman says
Is an Amazon Fresh store en route to Chicago's North Side? by Steve Miller / WBBM Newsradio 780 AM & 105.9 FM / January 24, 2021 Some Lincoln Square residents are fighting a supermarket-anchored project one business owner likens to an “atomic bomb” that threatens mom-and-pop shops in the neighborhood. The plan calls for redeveloping the Fifth Third Bank building at the intersection of Lawrence and Western. The real-estate developers aren’t saying what grocery store would occupy 45,000 square feet at the