pre-construction condos in chicago Administrator on 01 Jan 2007 01:11 pm

New Construction Condo Development: Good Bye Half Day!

Half Day Inn, a structure dated back to the mid 1800’s, closed it’s doors to end the year of 2006. Boasted by some as Lake County’s oldest sustaining architectual structure; a chunk of history goes with the 30 year run landmark, as it is to be demolished and in its stead will be a building erected on the sixty-thousand plot of land, to satisfy multiple uses.

Accompanying new retail locations will be approximately 260 new construction condominium units as well as town homes. These new upscale establishments will bring with them an increase in the standards of living, make available new jobs, and more.

But what of the Half Day Inn?

Owners have decided that though relocation was a possibility, this will be the end. A Lake County landmark and a place that many have become accustomed to, will cease to exist. Many individuals have expressed their opposition to the new building development, however the Half Day Inn has seen its time and enjoyed making Lake County a special place for Chicagoans and local residents.

The items in the bar have been said to be available for sale in 2007. Hopefully many will ensure paying a top price for a piece of history and just to contribute to what once was but will always remain a landmark to the residents of Lake County.

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