Seritage, Tucker propose mixed-use development at Portage Park’s 6 Corners

The developers plan 556 apartments and more than 161K sf of retail on site of former Sears store

4730 W Irving Park Road
4730 W Irving Park Road

The owner of a shuttered Sears store in Portage Park’s Six Corners district is teaming up with Highland Park-based Tucker Development to propose a block-sized complex with 550 apartments and more than 160,000 square feet of retail space.

The landlord, Seritage Growth Properties, released renderings imagining a movie theater and fitness center inside a redevelopment of the existing building at 4730 West Irving Park Road, according to Nadig Newspapers.

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Other renderings, posted by leasing agent CBRE, appear to show a new building with a glassy facade and green roof on the 2.7-acre site. They include specific plans for two restaurants as well as a suite of “small shops.”

The building was home to Chicago’s last Sears store, whose closure this summer put an end to the company’s nearly century-long reign as a city-defining retail giant.

Across the street, Clark Street Real Estate and Ryan Companies have unveiled a plan to build a 10-story senior living facility with 50,000 square feet of retail space on the ground floor. [Nadig Newspapers] — Alex Nitkin