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Work Starts, Stops at Row2750 in Lincoln Park

Row2750, LV Development's high-end townhouse development at the corner of Lakewood Avenue and Diversey Parkway in Lincoln Park, was supposed to be one of the few bright spots in Chicago's bleak new-construction landscape for 2010. After several false starts since the project was first announced more than two years ago, the Trib reported that ground finally broke in August. Work has indeed begun at the site of the former Wonder Bread Bakery, but it looks like it will be coming to a halt, at least temporarily. A stop work order was issued by the city of Chicago today, revoking the construction permit because the general contractor and mason working on-site were not the "contractors of record." Details, details.

Three of the 11 townhouses at Row2750 are currently under contract, according to the development website. If they can jump through the hoops of the permit process, the development will someday look like this:


Until then, it still looks like this:


·Row 2750 breaks ground in Lincoln Park [Trib]

Row2750

2750 North Lakewood Avenue, Chicago, IL 60657 Visit Website