Developer faces higher bar at old Children’s Memorial site
22-August-12 – After more than 50 community meetings that featured generous helpings of criticism and praise, developer Daniel McCaffery finds himself with more to do before he can redevelop the old Children’s Memorial Hospital site in Lincoln Park.
Lincoln Park community offers praise and criticism of hospital plan at public meeting
27-July-12 – Around 350 residents packed a DePaul University conference room to take a look at revised plans for the six-acre hospital campus, located around the intersection of Halsted Street and Lincoln and Fullerton avenues, which now feature designs for three high-rise residential structures that will serve as the centerpiece for the mixed-use site.
McCaffery Interests presents plans for the Children’s Memorial Hospital site at Town Hall meeting
26-July-12 – To view the presentation, click here.
McCaffery Interests presents preliminary plans for the Children’s Memorial Hospital site at Town Hall meeting
12-December-11 – To view the presentation, click here.
Alderman Smith introduces McCaffery Interests as the developer of the Children’s Memorial Hospital site.
14-Sept-11 – View the presentations by Alderman Smith, U.S. Equities, Lincoln Park Chamber of Commerce, McCaffery Interests and Children’s Memorial Hospital.
McCaffery Interests to develop Children’s Hospital
12-Sept-11 – In August, McCaffery met privately with leaders of neighborhood groups and the community to seek input regarding the development. “I look at it as a divide-communicate strategy,” he told reporters after one meeting. “You get more opinions from more people when you have smaller meetings.” “We’re not looking to do a whole lot more,” said McCaffery. “I’m not going to try to shove down people’s throats that which they don’t believe in.” McCaffery said he intends to have larger meetings later this fall, which will be open to the public.
McCaffery tackles Children’s Hospital redevelopment
15-Aug-11 – A lot of developers don’t have enough to do these days, but Dan McCaffery has the opposite problem. Mr. McCaffery beat out some of the city’s top real estate firms last month for the plum assignment to redevelop the Children’s Memorial Hospital campus in Lincoln Park. It’s one more job on a growing to-do list for a veteran Chicago developer with a taste for big, complicated projects—and some bruises from the recent real estate slump.
Children’s Memorial Hospital selects McCaffery Interests
14-Jul-11 – Children’s Memorial Hospital today announced that it has selected Chicago development firm McCaffery Interests, Inc. to begin contract negotiations to re-develop its Lincoln Park properties when the hospital moves downtown in June of 2012. This announcement follows an extensive review of nine development proposals over the past several months.
Children’s Memorial Hospital site redeveloper will be McCaffery Interests
14-Jul-11 – McCaffery Interests Inc. has been tapped to redevelop the Children’s Memorial Hospital property in Lincoln Park. The project at the six-acre campus, located at the intersection of Halsted Street and Lincoln and Fullerton avenues, could bring hundreds of new homes and a slew of stores to the well-heeled North Side neighborhood.
Children’s Memorial selling Lincoln Park site to McCaffery
14-Jul-11 – Children’s Memorial Hospital said today it has selected McCaffery Interests Inc. as the buyer of its Lincoln Park property. The hospital said it picked McCaffery from among nine competing proposals over the past several months.
Children’s Memorial to sell Lincoln Park site to McCaffery
14-Jul-11 – Children’s Memorial Hospital announced Thursday that it is in contract negotiations with Chicago-based development firm McCaffery Interests Inc. for the sale and redevelopment of its Lincoln Park properties when the hospital moves downtown in June 2012.
Children’s Hospital bidding hits key stage
29-Jun-11 – Expect sweaty palms today among developers vying to take over the Children’s Memorial Hospital property in Lincoln Park. The hospital’s lengthy bid evaluation for its six-acre property has hit a crucial stage. Three development teams in the running for the deal will make final pitches today to a committee of hospital directors.
Children’s Memorial Cuts Redevelopment List to Four
18-Apr-11 – CHICAGO-Children’s Memorial Hospital here, with assistance from US Equities, has narrowed a list of nine teams to four for the redevelopment of the hospital’s current Lincoln Park site. The hospital is moving to a $1 billion new facility on the campus of Northwestern University. The four companies are Children’s Hospital Development Co., formed by developers David Ruttenberg and Greg Merdinger (GREC Architects); a Hines Interests/Magellan Development Group joint venture (HOK); McCaffery Interests (Antunovich Associates); and Related Cos (Skidmore, Owings and Merrill). A hospital spokeswoman said in a statement that the four were selected based on creativity, experience, price and willingness to work with neighborhood concerns, documented in a study created by HOK.
4 Bidders Vie For Children’s Memorial Hospital Site In Lincoln Park
16-Apr-11 – Children’s Memorial Hospital, which is selling its Lincoln Park property, said Friday it has narrowed to four its list of developers wanting to buy it.
The survivors were picked from nine development teams that vied for the six-acre site, a coveted slice of a busy, upscale neighborhood. The hospital has said it will select a winner with an eye on who can work best with local groups that will try to influence the development.
Children’s Memorial whittles developer candidates
15-Apr-11 – Four development teams have made the first cut in the competition to redevelop the Children’s Memorial Hospital property in Lincoln Park, a parcel coveted by developers for its location and size. Read more: http://www.chicagorealestatedaily.com/article/20110415/CRED03/110419904/children-8217-s-memorial-whittles-developer-candidates#ixzz1JciWzwIM Stay up-to-date on Chicago real estate with our free, daily e-newsletter
Children’s Memorial site attracts blue-chip bidders
22-December-10 – Nine development groups, including Chicago-based firms John Buck Co., Golub & Co., and
McCaffery Interests Inc., are vying to redevelop the Children’s Memorial Hospital site in Lincoln Park, a project that could bring hundreds of new homes and a slew of stores to the well-heeled North Side neighborhood.