Our fall calendar is starting to fill up. If you are planning a trip to Chicago this fall, book now. Good weekend dates and holidays are going fast. Don't get shut out.
TimeOut Magazine features Andersonville storefronts in this week's article. Check it out. This is what makes Andersonville such a great neighborhood to live in. Interested in moving to Andersonville? Reach out to us here at iMove Chicago and we can hook you up.
If you are visiting Chicago soon and staying with House 5863 bed & Breakfast, the Chamber of Commerce has an excellent web site where you can get a lot of useful information about our neighborhood and upcoming events.
Visiting Chicago? Groupon often has a great deal on a 3-day CTA pass. For only $9 bucks you get unlimited rides on on CTA buses and trains. The regular price is $14. Its a great way to save and get around Chicago. Here is the link or search Groupon for CTA.
Check out this article in Martha Stewart Living magazine about our very own neighborhood: Andersonville.
Just a quick reminder: the Glenwood Sunday Market in Rogers Park starts tomorrow, June 3 at 9am sharp. It will be a great day to get out and shop of farm fresh veggies, fruit and homemade items. Support the market. Here is a Chicago Farmers Market Guide for 2012.
Alderman Harry Osterman confirmed the rumors on friday, confirming that Ann Sather restaurant will be coming to Edgewater. According to the Alderman's weekly update, Anne Sather will open in the space that was once Banana's Foster, which closed recently after the owner/operator encountered health issues which forced him to close. While we are sorry to see Banans Foster go, we do certainly welcome its replacement. Ann Sather's is an institution in Andersonville and Lakeview, where it operates traditional swedish restaurants.
Got a hankering for a good Chicago dog? Tried Huey's lately? My co-working, Manuel and I were out talking with Andersonville landlords last wee about the Chicago apartments that they had for rent and after some great results we decided to reward ourselves with a good dog from Huey's. If you live in Andersonville you definitelly know this place. The dog pictured came loaded with the traditional Chicago fixins, plus a load of fries and all the soda I could drink for only $5 - what a deal! Stop in to see for yourself the next time you are in Andersonville. Address: 1507 West Balmoral (between Clark and Ashland.)
We can now confirm that Bucky Gear officially has a new home. The Andersonville clothing store will be taking up residence in the storefront previously occupied by the Monkey Gallery at 5238 North Clark Street in Andersonville. According to store owner Timothy "Bucky" Adams, the move is expected to take place during the last week of February and the new store, after some remodeling, will be expected to open during the second week of March. Stay tuned for an official opening date. We are glad to see that this Andersonville business is staying in the neighborhood.
iMove Chicago agents were instrumental in facilitating the relocation of Buck Gear. Call on us if you are looking to relocate your business or residence to Andersonville, Rogers ark, Edgewater or Uptown.
We have seen many reports that Bongo Room will be opening soon in Andersonville at 5020 N Clark Street. Can't wait. This is a great, eclectic restaurant that has a ton of good vibes going on. We look forward to it and welcome to our hood!
House 5863 is not your typical B&B. We are different. Here you will find no Victorian decor or rockers on a scenic porch. Rather, we are an urban, hip place to stay in the heart of Chicago's north side. Our style is contemporary comfort. Our rooms are clean, cool and most of all restive Our approach is more hands off than hands on. We focus on providing for all of your needs behind the scenes without disrupting your stay. Common areas are designed for casual living. The fully-equipped kitchen offers continental style breakfast with all the basics to allow you to serve yourself on your own schedule and at your own pace. Our garden and deck areas offer a quiet respite for relaxed joy.