Monday, April 16, 2012

The end of the old Chatham Pancake House...

Worlee called it in one of his recent postings at Concerned Citizens of Chatham:
Finally, the residents of Chatham will not have to worry about anything being EZ or EZ Pawn as the former Chatham Pancake House (700 E 87th) will be torn down by the new owner. The new owner Crown Properties is actively marketing the property to several national restaurant chains.
So the old Chatham Pancake House is to be torn down and that's what the set up is in the above photograph taken Monday afternoon.

What would you like to see come to this lot on 87th Street?


  1. How about a solar energy installation franchise,a building trades training center,a sea food or healthy eating franchise

  2. Sweety Pie's

    Maybe there is a African American restaurant that needs to be given a chance. Seek those out and put one there.
    We need more healthy food over this way.

    No fast food or Chinese or anything of Asian/Arabic decent.

    Lets support black owned business

  3. i am from chicag south side i love that place maybe walmart is good for 87th

  4. Walmart is on 83rd stewart and has two more stores planned at 111th doty road and 67th western. The developer has stated he is looing at a national restaurant franchise

  5. Alot of people were raped inside this store, Gregor Noel the owners brother was notorious for snatching women in the back of the restaurant demanding they grab his pens & he forced himself on women alot. You either accepted his advances or risked your job, it's sad it had to be torn down but it held alot of bad memories.


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