History

The village of Roseland had its origins in 1849, when a band of recently arrived Dutch families built their homes along the Chicago-Thornton Road.  During the late 1800’s, George M. Pullman planned a model industrial city built around a factory that manufactured his “Palace” railway coaches.  Modern brick homes were built with electricity, plumbing and gas utilities.  Skilled tradesmen from all over Europe immigrated to the town of Pullman with many settling in nearby Roseland.

 

The Roseland area became a very cosmopolitan community made up of multi-cultural, ethnic and racial backgrounds.  Supporting businesses flourished rapidly changing the farmland into commercial and residential communities surrounded by a number of industries.  Roseland was once known as a shopping mecca.  Roseland/Pullman have a rich history and shall reclaim its’ status as the “Jewel of the Southside.”  Great things are happening in the Roseland/Pullman communities. 

Shop Roseland Vendor Event

 

August 28, 2021 12:00 pm until 4:00 pm in Central Time (US and Canada)

 

 

Shop Roseland will be a one-day vendor event that will allow existing and aspiring entrepreneurs an opportunity to promote their businesses and gain exposure to the local marketplace.  Shop Roseland will create positive loitering within our business corridor and encourage residents to support local businesses within their own community.  

We plan to invite food truck vendors (where there is food...there are people), artist, arts & crafts, jewelry designers, clothing designers, farmers market, health & wellness, activities for children (i.e., face painting, storytelling, and other fun activities for children).  This will be a very fun and eventful day.

For more information, please call (773) 785-4000