Lincoln Common lands new tenant, childcare provider Play2Day

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Lincoln Common has landed a new tenant, Play2Day. New to Chicago, the boutique, hourly childcare service for children two months to five years of age will serve as a convenient drop-off location for parents and caregivers as they work out, shop or gather with friends at Lincoln Common. Play2Day is anticipated to open in Q3 2019.

“Lincoln Common is the perfect place for us to open and we are thrilled to offer our services to the Lincoln Park community soon,” said Annie Eggleston, owner of Play2Day. “With so many exciting shopping, dining and entertainment opportunities coming to Lincoln Common, we are going to see an influx of active and on-the-go families, working parents and young professionals looking to engage and explore. Whether going on a date night or just enjoying a kid-free class at Equinox, adults will have a safe, professional place for their kids to relax for a few hours at a time, while being enriched with yoga classes, music classes, story time and more.”

The 1,510-square-foot Play2Day will be located at 2369 N. Lincoln Avenue in the Lincoln Common development. Co-developed by Hines and McCaffery Interests, the mixed-use property is at the Lincoln Avenue, Fullerton Avenue and Halsted Street intersection in the Lincoln Park neighborhood.

Play2Day team members are dedicated to creating an optimal play space for engaging children in developmentally appropriate activities to stimulate their curiosity. Parents will be able to take advantage of the copious amenities offered at Lincoln Common while their child is in great care for up to three hours at a time.

The childcare service joins the quickly growing roster of Lincoln Common retailers, including the currently under construction 33,000-square-foot Equinox Lincoln Common, Velvet Taco, Philz Coffee, Athletico, Compass and Kohler Waters Spa.