Historic Florsheim Building Set for Redevelopment

August 11, 2010

The Chicago City Council recently approved an ordinance calling for the redevelopment of the Florsheim Building on the city's North Side. Chicago-based Dubin Residential is converting the building into 175 residential units, retail, and office space as the renamed Shoemaker Lofts. The city will contribute $8.5 million in tax increment financing toward the $56 million project. The building is listed on the Chicago Historical Resources survey.

         
 

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