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Milwaukee Avenue Corridor Plan

    The Milwaukee Avenue Corridor Plan identifies means to strengthen and enhance the corridor through preservation, renovation, and/or redevelopment. It also establishes the framework for private development projects as well as a basis for public improvement along the corridor. 

    The study area covers approximately 0.75 miles of Milwaukee between Western and California avenues in the Logan Square neighborhood. The area is in transition as development pressures increase. Opportunities for reuse and redevelopment along the corridor include vacant buildings, vacant land, underutilized and deteriorated structures, and incompatible uses.

    The Milwaukee Avenue Corridor Plan was adopted by the Chicago Plan Commission on Dec. 11, 2008.

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