Six Corners Clarendale is donating $100,000 for scholarships and educational assistance, including extracurricular activities, for students at Schurz High School (3601 N. Milwaukee Ave.) in Portage Park.
The 10-story Clarendale complex is under construction on Irving Park Road and Milwaukee Avenue and is expected to open next spring. It features 258 apartments and retail on his first floor. Plans for the endowment, his largest one-time donation in the school’s history, were announced by Alderman James Gardiner, 45, during the zoning process for the development, according to project officials.
The scholarship application period will be open to students in early 2023. A selection committee will review applications and award funding from 2023 graduates.
This donation is made in partnership with Ryan Companies US, Inc., a national commercial real estate solutions provider. Ryan Companies US, Inc. has been the designer, developer and general contractor for the Six Corners revitalization project for approximately five years.
Amelia Howard, Executive Director of Clarendale Six Corners, said:
The check was presented to the Friends of Schultz before the school’s holiday concert on December 14th.
For more information on the Senior Living Complex, please visit www.clarendalesixcorners.com or call 773-299-1874. The Information Center is located at 4004 N. Cicero Ave.
About Clarendale Six Corners:
“Clarendale Six Corners Senior Residences offers the finest in metropolitan living with boutique hotel-style amenities, skyline views and exceptional hospitality service at an incredible value.
Located on the triangular corner of Chicago’s northwest Portage Park district, the community offers endless opportunities for residents excited about urban living and the convenience of a wealth of neighborhoods. Clarendale Six Corners is managed by Life Care Services®, AnLCS® Company, the nation’s third-largest operator of senior living with over 50 years of experience,” he said in a statement. said in