Far North

Twenty-three new rowhomes slated for Andersonville

by sponsored post on 2/14/13

The past half-dozen years have seen almost no new construction of rowhomes in the Andersonville area, despite the neighborhood’s increasing popularity.

CMK Realty has just begun marketing 23 new rowhomes, priced from the $420s, on the large stretch of vacant land just west of 4846 N Clark St.

The homes will have two-car attached garages and an unusual feature for rowhomes — large private yards ranging from just over 200 to nearly 1,700 square feet.

Heather Gustafson of CMK Realty is our narrator in the sponsored video. She can be reached at 773-359-1400 or by emailing heather@cmkrealty.com.

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{ 6 comments… read them below or add one }

Bart February 15, 2013 at 9:16 PM

Sorry to say but…. That is NOT Andersonville, That IS UPTOWN.

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Joe Zekas February 15, 2013 at 9:24 PM

Bart,

It’s technically in the Uptown community area, but most people call that part of Uptown Ravenswood. A growing number are calling it Andersonville. See the comments on this post.

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Dave Hanna February 22, 2013 at 9:47 AM

Joe,
C’mon, this is Uptown, not Andersonville. Look at any neighborhood map, ask the Alderman, or anyone who lives there.
The only people who are calling it Andersonville are the ones trying to leverage the image of another neighborhood to their own benefit.
Hell, just call it Lakeview since it is in Lakeview Township and say it is close to Lincoln Park, which runs the length of LSD.
Very disappointing to see this on a site I hold in such high regard, where a consistent message has been about honesty in the brokerage community.

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Joe Zekas February 22, 2013 at 12:09 PM

Dave,

You can find any number of disinterested consumers on Yelp referring to local businesses here as being in
Andersonville.

Neighborhoods evolve, and I’ve made full disclosure of the conflicting claims about the neighborhood’s name. If this one were completely unacceptable I wouldn’t have allowed it to be made.

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pedro February 22, 2013 at 10:10 AM

Most people would say Andersonville (which is a neighborhood vs. community area) has bled down this far.

Regardless of what one calls the area, these will sell fast.

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Bob March 3, 2013 at 12:42 PM

Vote for Pedro.

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