Help plan the future of the historic bank building at 63rd & Cottage Grove Avenue! (Third meeting) - Metropolitan Planning Council

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Help plan the future of the historic bank building at 63rd & Cottage Grove Avenue! (Third meeting)

February 20, 2018, 6 to 8 p.m. CST

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Harris Park
6200 S. Drexel Ave.
Chicago, IL 60637

Hosted by: Metropolitan Planning Council & the Cook County Land Bank

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Join fellow community members and a team of development professionals for the third in a series of three Corridor Development Initiative meetings for the property at 6300 S. Cottage Grove Ave. Get all the details and updates here.

The Metropolitan Planning Council (MPC), in partnership with the Cook County Land Bank Authority, is coordinating and facilitating a series of three workshops in Woodlawn that will get resident input for the redevelopment of the vacant building. Earlier this year, the Cook County Land Bank acquired this property through the scavenger sale. 

This final meeting features a panel of real estate experts and developers who respond to the outcomes of the block exercise in light of current market trends. These recommendations will then be compiled into a report that community leaders can present to potential developers to provide them with a community-led vision.

This event follows two previous meetings on Jan. 30 and Feb. 6.

MPC thanks our partners at the Cook County Land Bank Authority and the Chicago Park District for helping us make this initiative possible.

MPC thanks its funders who generously support this work.

This page can be found online at

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Chicago, Ill. 60603
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