Removing the facade

From the GM: Construction progress became really visible this week, as our contractors removed the crumbling facade at 2746 N. Milwaukee; we’re now in the process of building a vestibule and replacing out of date materials with solid concrete curbing and energy-efficient glass. 

A portion of this work is financed by a Chicago Small Business Improvement Fund (SBIF) grant and some comes as a contribution from our landlord.  We’re grateful to have the support from our city and our building owner to bring you a spruced up storefront for new Dill Pickle. And we’re beyond grateful to the over 200 co-op owners who have lent to this remarkable project, and the 2,000 more vesting equity to keep us moving toward our late summer opening.

Construction is on schedule and we’re looking to you, the community we serve, to help us get our doors open! Please consider making a loan toward our much needed working capital, putting additional equity into your account or making an extra shopping trip a week to the current location. Our tiny tugboat on Fullerton is the financial engine towing us to bigger and better cooperative work on Milwaukee Avenue!