A neighborhood market in downtown Chicago may have saved the neighborhood market from being destroyed.
The Chicago Department of Planning and Development says that in 2013, a group of residents came together to build a neighborhood market that would allow shoppers to shop at their home.
The neighborhood market was in the heart of the neighborhood of West Town, which has a population of less than 700 people.
It was originally planned to open in 2019.
In February of this year, the market was temporarily closed to new construction.
In an effort to save the market, residents organized a group to save it, and they were able to find a way to reopen the market.
“We found a way that would open the market up,” says Angela Jones, the coordinator for the West Town Neighborhood Market.
“We found the right people to be able to get this open market back to life.”
The market reopened in October, and is now being run by a nonprofit called the West Towns Market Development Corporation.
It’s still open for business and selling food and products.
West Town residents also say that the community is not only safer, but that they feel more connected to their neighbors, who they feel are the real neighbors in the neighborhood.
It’s not just the community.
It also means that the market has become a catalyst for the community, says Jones, who was also a community development officer for the Chicago Parks Department. “
It’s a really great example of how the neighborhood has been transformed.”
It also means that the market has become a catalyst for the community, says Jones, who was also a community development officer for the Chicago Parks Department.
“I’ve always said that community development is what keeps Chicago alive,” she said.
“There is so much that’s been created, and we need that.”