The Point, 4747 W. Irving Park Rd.
The senior living component at the Point at Six Corners development proposal has changed since the community meeting this past summer. Based on community feedback and guidance from Alderman Arena, Ryan Companies reduced the total number of units and modified the unit mix to include more independent living units and less assisted living units. The total project size will decrease from 265 units to 248 units, and the affordable housing will increase by two units. The evolution of the unit mix has been in response to community concerns about economic impact, and they believe this final unit mix addresses those concerns.
The grocer-anchored retail component remains unchanged, and Clark Street Real Estate is finalizing plans with Aldi, consistent with the design and site configuration presenting to the community this past summer.
In addition, Ryan continues to have conversations with several key community stakeholders including Six Corners Association's Design Committee to gain input to public spaces, amenities, bike and pedestrian safety, public art and place-making as well as the Northwest Portage Walking Museum and the Chicago Public Art Group to consider opportunities for collaboration. Ryan and Clark Street have filed their Planned Development amendment application with the city and expect to be on the January 24th meeting of the Plan Commission.
You can stay informed on the latest progress by visiting: pointatsixcorners.com