The Super 8 motel on 79th Street is undergoing a face-lift inside and out.
You can measure the economic health of a community by looking at its business community. Here in Bridgeview, businesses have spoken loud and clear by investing big dollars in the community for business improvements.
The Super 8 motel on 79th Street is undergoing a face-lift inside and out. New furniture, paint, mattresses, an upgraded reception area, outside fencing and building repairs all will mean better customer service, more business and a great improvement to the village.
McDonald’s restaurants on 79th Street and 87th Street have added new drive-through lanes. The 79th Street location has also added a new exterior and it looks great. These new drive-through lanes decrease customer wait time and make for an improved customer experience for McDonald’s lovers.
KFC and Popeye’s Chicken both located at 90th Street and Harlem Avenue have completed new looks for both of their buildings. The new colors and material improvements mean a better-looking business for Bridgeview and improved business for each establishment.
Title Max on 79th Street recently remodeled a long-time building in Bridgeview. It looks refreshed, timely, modern and ready for business.
Unfortunately, Bridgeview said good-bye to longtime retailer Payless shoes in the Southfield Plaza on 87th Street. The property manager reports that a new retail tenant is already in line to fill the space. The new store is not ready to be named, but it is clear business finds our community with its infrastructure, residents and community leaders a good place to invest.