Record #: O2020-5914   
Type: Ordinance Status: Passed
Intro date: 12/16/2020 Current Controlling Legislative Body: Committee on Zoning, Landmarks and Building Standards
Final action: 1/27/2021
Title: Historical landmark designation for Perkins-Nordine House at 6106 N Kenmore Ave
Sponsors: Misc. Transmittal
Attachments: 1. O2020-5914.pdf
of Planning and Development
city of chicago

December 10, 2020

The Honorable Anna M. Valencia City Clerk City of Chicago Room 107, City Hall 121 North LaSalle Street Chicago, IL 60602

RE: Recommendation for designation of the Perkins-Nordine House as a Chicago Landmark, 6106 North Kenmore Avenue

Dear Clerk Valencia:

We are filing with your office for introduction at the December 16, 2020, City Council meeting as a transmittal to the Mayor and City Council of Chicago the recommendation of the Commission on Chicago Landmarks that the Perkins-Nordine House be designated as a Chicago Landmark.
The material being submitted to you for this proposal includes the:

Recommendation of the Commission on Chicago Landmarks; and
Proposed Ordinance. Thank you for your cooperation in this matter Sincerely,

Kathleen E. Dickhut Deputy Commissioner Office ofthe First Deputy Commissioner Department of Planning and Development


cc: Alderman Harry Osterman, 48th Ward (via email without enclosure) DEC 10 '26 lfc»2Ff

Perkins-Nordine House 6106 North Kenmore Avenue

WHEREAS, pursuant to the procedures set forth in the Municipal Code of Chicago (the "Municipal Code"), Sections 2-120-620 through -690, the Commission on Chicago Landmarks (the "Commission") has determined that the Perkins-Nordine House (the "Building"), located at 6106 North Kenmore Avenue, Chicago, Illinois, as more precisely described in Exhibit A, attached hereto and incorporated herein, satisfies four (4) criteria for landmark designation as set forth in Section 2-120-620 (1), (3), (4), and (5) of the Municipal Code; and
WHEREAS, the Building, built 1902-1903, exemplifies the early residential history and development of the Edgewater neighborhood as an area of high-quality single-family houses and mansions built in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries; and
WHEREAS, the Building remains among the best surviving of t...

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