A major component of the redevelopment project is a 300-seatrestaurant, which would be built out in a building already at thenortheast corner of Central and Washington. Sit-down restaurantshave been long sought by city planners for the neighborhood, whichthey say lacks family-oriented eateries.

"This will add value not only to my ward, but the entire WestSide of Chicago," says 29th Ward Alderman Isaac Carothers. "Aproject such as this will make a difference in the quality of lifein my ward, as well as the entire West Side."

A four-story building at 115 N. Parkside with a clinic on thefirst floor and 13 multifamily units above would be renovated alongwith a three-story building that includes an 1,100-seatauditorium.

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