News about 53rd St. in Hyde Park, Chicago
NoteworthyNotes opens at Harper Court, with ribbon cutting scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 10
Harper Court’s latest retailer, NoteworthyNotes, will celebrate its grand opening on Thursday, Dec. 10, with an official ribbon cutting taking place from 6:00-6:15 p.m. The stationery and invitations store, at 5231 S. Harper Court, opened for business on Nov. 20.
Owned by the University of Chicago Booth School of Business alum Cindy Rudman, NoteworthyNotes launched in 2000 in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood, and moved to its storefront location in Lakeview in 2010. The retailer has become a trusted resource for custom wedding, mitzvah, and party invitations, as well as personalized stationery, self-inking stamps, holiday cards, and much more.
In addition to traditional stationery items, NoteworthyNotes is a source for personalized gifts with speedy turnaround times – including tote and cosmetic bags, key chains and luggage tags, clipboards and pens, water bottles and travel mugs, coasters and cutting boards, and many other items. The store offers unique gifts for everyone from babies, kids, and teens to business colleagues, teachers, family, and friends. Rudman and her team are happy to make suggestions for the perfect gift.
NoteworthyNotes also offers embroidery services to add a name, monogram, or initials to many of the store’s products. Customers may even bring in items purchased elsewhere for personalization.
“I am excited to bring NoteworthyNotes to Hyde Park, the first place I lived when I moved to the United States,” commented Rudman, a Montreal native. “I am eager to meet members of the community and tailor the offerings at the Hyde Park location to their needs.”
“NoteworthyNotes is a niche retailer with a history of success with personalized gifts and stationery,” commented James Hennessy, associate vice president for commercial real estate operations for the University. “It fills an unmet need in Hyde Park and can become a specialty shopping destination for area residents, students, and visitors.”