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Former Chicago firehouse for sale

The City of Chicago has a closed firehouse for sale.

closed Chicago fire station

Former Chicago firehouse for sale. City of Chicago photo

1405 E. 62nd Place

Located just a few blocks west of the lakefront, this firehouse sits on 62nd Place, a quiet dead-end street off Dorchester Avenue.  Adjacent vacant lot at corner of Dorchester and 62nd Place is also available. The parcel is trapezoidal in shape and abuts the railroad tracks.  The main firehouse structure is 2-stories tall and is clad in red brick and gray limestone.  The 1-story addition to the east incorporates two apparatus doors.

    • Zoning: B3-3
    • Approximate Lot Size: 120′ x 120′
    • Approximate Building Area: 4,480sf
    • Woodlawn TIF
    • Condition:Building requires complete rehabilitation.
    • Ward: 20
    • PIN: 20-14-416-002-0000


For more information call: 
HED’s Real Estate Division at 312.744.2777 
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thanks Dan

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Former Riverside Fire Chief sues Village

An article HERE on mysuburbanlife.com states that:

Former Riverside Fire Chief Kevin Mulligan has filed a wrongful termination lawsuit against the village and Fire Capt. Matthew Buckley, who Mulligan alleges mounted a campaign to oust him beginning in 2008 on the grounds that the chief was intoxicated several times while on duty.

Mulligan, a 22-year veteran of the fire department, was named chief in 2006. He was terminated by telephone the day after the March 28 Village Board meeting.

Mulligan was replaced as chief by Spencer Kimura in August.

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