Logan Square Preservation is a community organization dedicated to educating citizens about architecture, history and beautification.
LSP holds membership meetings on the third Thursday of each month to discuss all issues and projects.
Meeting Time: 7 PM
Location: Meetings are virtual during COVID restrictions. Normally held at the Minnekirken (Norwegian Lutheran Church)
2614 N. Kedzie Blvd
Learn more from our bylaws at this link. Logan Square Preservation is a 501(c)3 non-profit.
President Andrew Schneider
Vice-President Jaime Szubart
Treasurer Bruce Anderson
Secretary William Bennett
Board of Directors
Elizabeth Blasius – Josh Gartler
Betsy Elsaesser – Steve Isakson
Ron Kaminecki – Vicki Logan
Shana Liberman – John Parizek
Kate Slattery – Heidi Thornton
Comfort Station is a turn-of-the-century structure turned multidisciplinary arts space in the heart of Chicago’s Logan Square. Originally a shelter for trolley riders in the early 1900s, the building was eventually defunct and was used to store the city’s lawn equipment for decades. The space was adopted and restored in 2010 by Logan Square Preservation and opened as its current incarnation as a community-focused art space in 2011.
Annual Preservation Award
Each December, Logan Square Preservation presents an award to the best preservation project for that year.
Make a Donation
Logan Square Preservation will honor the request of donors who wish to remain anonymous.