Six Corners will welcome (11) new businesses by the end of 2018 to locations on all three arterial streets: Milwaukee, Cicero, and Irving Park Rd. Please help us welcome and support them as they work through the process of permitting, build out, and licensing in order to open their doors!
America's Best Eye Glasses, Milwaukee + Cuyler, is a discount provider of eye examinations, eyeglasses, and contact lenses. The business will open this fall (date pending) in the space formerly occupied by Dollar Tree and Subway. For more information, click here.
Audia, 4041 N. Milwaukee Ave. #302, is a talented visual artist shooting projects from art to fashion to portraits and commercial work. Paul possesses a unique vision, brings technical mastery, and genuine spontaneity to every shoot. He has begun working out of Collaborative Six Corners. For more information, click here.
The Art House Gallery, 4910 W. Irving Park Rd., will open its doors to the public on July 28th, 3-7pm, for the newest exhibit FORMATION featuring recent work from John Collins, Jan Fayhee, Ken Hogrefe, Daniel Martin Sullivan, Steven Thayer Graham, and Steven Tritt. Paintings, mixed-media and works on paper represented by The Art House Gallery is curated by Director Rebecca George. For more information, click here. To RSVP for the Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening, click here.
Concordia Day School, 3696 N. Milwaukee Ave., is now enrolling infants through 5 years at its Old Irving Park location scheduled to open late summer. Weekly tours begin on July 10th: Tuesdays from 10-11am and Thursdays from 4-5:30pm. Get $500 off tuition if your child begins by October 1, 2018.
Collaborative Six Corners, 4041 N. Milwaukee Ave. #302, joins the Portage Arts Lofts as a coworking studio for creatives. Members have access to micro-offices and shared work space as well as a community meeting space meets rehearsal space meets studio for photographers and visual creatives. Those interested in membership should contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Junebug Cafe, 4944 W. Irving Park Rd., will open this fall (date pending). Rooted in the rich culinary tradition of northern Louisiana, its menu will focus on speciality coffees and espressos as well as French Creole-inspired bites. They will proudly serve Dark Matter Coffee and make all of their scrumptious food offerings in-house. For more info, click here.
Molecular Imaging - Advantage MRI, 4007 N. Milwaukee Ave., an outpatient imaging center, will relocate from Montrose and Cicero to its leased Six Corners space (date pending). For more information, click here.
Starbucks, Cicero + Berteau, is currently under construction for its drive-thru coffeehouse location at Cicero and Berteau. For more information, click here.
Veloria Cafe, 3936 N. Cicero Ave., will bring specialty, single origin coffees from around the world and farm to cup education from owners Ron, Vilma, and Deanna who will soon begin transforming the former Villa Roma Hair Designers shop into a fun, creative community space where coffee cultivates personal connection in today's world of social media. They take their coffee seriously -- themselves, not so much!
Verizon Wireless, 4000 N. Cicero Ave., is an American telecommunications company which offers wireless products and services. After The Vitamin Shoppe closes this month, Verizon will begin the build out of its new store at Six Corners. For more info, click here.
Wildlight Yoga, 4140 N. Milwaukee Ave., will open in mid-September. It is an adventure-inspired studio where seekers and finders from the world over are invited to explore yoga as a lifestyle and journey. It will offer 40+ classes per week in Ashtanga, Hatha, Kundalini, Vinyasa, and Yin yoga. Additionally classes will be offered for those seeking a gentle or restorative practice, those just beginning their yoga journey, and those seeking a continuance of their practice while pregnant and post-birth. For more information, click here.
Six Corners Association recently met with IRC Retail, owner of Six Corners Plaza at the corner of Cicero Ave. and Milwaukee Ave. Their development team is currently preparing for a complete renovation of the site and expect to announce its tenants in the coming weeks.
Clark Street Real Estate and Ryan Companies presented its proposal for develop of the former Bank of America site located at 4747 W. Irving Park Rd. They are scheduled to present to the Department of Planning and Development this week. Click here for the live video of the public meeting. Questions or comments may be sent to email@example.com.
Sears at Six Corners closed its last Chicago store over the weekend. Tucker Development will lead the redevelopment project of the Sears site. As of present, there are no plans on paper though initial conversation includes mixed-use commercial and redevelopment of the Sears Auto Center property. As the redevelopment of this site unfolds, we will keep you informed. For more information, click here.