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Mayor Says 600 Jobs Will Come with Pullman Development’s Retail Complex

March 23, 2013 – DNAinfo.Com Chicago –  Seeking to boost investment in the Pullman neighborhood and increase its historical value, Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced the start of the second phase of a $135 million development that has already brought a Walmart to the area.

Emanuel said the $45 million project will create 600 jobs and bring a retail complex anchored by a Walmart between 103rd and 111th streets along the Bishop Ford Freeway on the former site of a steel mill.

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Read more about ULI Chicago’s Pullman State Historic Site TAP conducted in October 2011 outlining recommendations for redevelopment of the historic site and surrounding community.  Interest in the Pullman community and the report recommendations continues to grow.

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