Artist Mara Baker’s Chameleon Blind Window Project connects vacant storefronts with the streetscape outside. By filling the empty windows with the colors and patterns of the city, Baker integrates the empty space back into public life. Her installation in the Chicago Market space is a collaboration between Chicago Market and Business Partners, The Chamber for Uptown, supported by a Public Art Grant. The installation is on display in the windows of the Chicago Market building and will be lit up each evening. Stop by our storefront in the Gerber Building at the Wilson CTA station to see it!
A. Jordan Rothschild is a residential real estate broker with @properties. His real estate business, Bike Home Chicago, recently became Chicago Market Business Owner #1803. Jordan gives clients the option to tour homes by bicycle or car. He understands the demand in the community for a store like Chicago Market and is excited to see the space come to life.Read more
An important part of our Annual Meeting of Owners every year is the chance for Owners to ask questions of the Board. We captured this year's questions and the answers from the Board here:Read more
All the candidates for the Board of Directors were asked a series of questions to help the Owners of Chicago Market make an informed decision. Here are their responses:Read more
What’s his name?
Shawn Belschwender, Owner #1572.Read more
Tell us your names – as well as who else shares your fridge.
We’re Rachel Simon and Tex Pasley, Owner #1575. We share our home and hearts (but not our fridge) with our two cats, Virginia Woolf and Bell Hooks.
Chicago Market Owner #1485 Tim Magner just happens to share his fridge with another coop-enthusiast - his girlfriend Tatum O'Neal works at the Dill Pickle. Let's learn more about what makes him tick...
What makes Matt Rosfelder so happy and energized?Read more
Check out this post to learn what Kirstin's favorite food is...Read more
Join in welcoming one of Chicago Market's Owners, David McKirnan #1542, a retired behavioral researcher and college professor with a keen interest in helping Chicago Market grow and prosper.Read more