What Should Go Here?

It's time to weigh in on the fate of the Sears/Kmart property at 110th Street and Cicero Avenue?

We’ve watched this commercial property at 110th Street and Cicero Avenue deteriorate for a long time. If you’ve driven through the parking lot lately, it’s like driving on the moon. With the settlement of the Sears Holdings Co. litigation over leasehold rights and the village’s purchase of the property from J.C. Penney, we can finally dream about the kinds of stores and businesses we’d like to see here.

A Big Lots? Cash for Gold? HHGregg? Abercombie and Fitch? Macy's? Anything as long as it isn't a Sears store?

How high should the village aim? Tell us in the comments.

Maureen Hughes June 20, 2012 at 04:27 PM
IKEA! I agree Oak Lawn has more than enough CHEAP-O stores! Let's upgrade.
liljo July 19, 2012 at 01:48 PM
i agree trader joe's i need to be able to get things that i can't find at the usual stores, i love cooking so that would be fantastic and i don't anyone can be more expensive than jewels!
Amanda Bugal- Konstantopoulos August 30, 2012 at 06:35 PM
Please please please trader joes!!!!! It will do very well, I guarantee it!!!
Sheldon Cooper August 30, 2012 at 06:44 PM
Hear, hear!!!!! Trader Joe's!!!!
mitz regan September 08, 2012 at 02:06 PM
OL Old Gal.. I like the idea of Trader Joe's.. and a really nice middle class, table cloth type restaurant. Tired of driving to Orland for restaurants. We have Target's and WalMarts in Crestwood and on 95th. Need some classy places to spruce up the neighborhood


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