With news this week that the Cubs’ owners have bought up six more rooftop properties, let’s take a look at that view back in a simpler time, before it became a high-priced commodity.
A federal judge on Thursday refused a request from two rooftop businesses for a preliminary injunction.
There’s a cold-blooded plan in place.
The owners say the $375 million plan, which includes erecting seven billboards, would cripple their business.
Everyone knows local food is fresher food, but now Chicago chefs are finding a way to find local food right outside their kitchens. CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan reports.
CBS 2’s Kate Sullivan heads to a few of the very best-rated outdoor spaces — old and new.
Public opinion matters to the Cubs in their efforts to modernize their property and stabilize their presence in Tom Ricketts’ beloved Wrigleyville.
If you’re headed for a Dunkin’ Donuts on Friday, you might want to look up to the rooftop, where police officers all over the state will be staking out.
Yes, rooftop bars often have restrictive reservation policies, get easily overcrowded, and charge a premium for the minimum, but the vibes and the breezes and the boozes often go a great distance toward making up for the fusses. Here’s a selection of the city’s finest upper-floor hangouts to sip, be seen, and gaze upon the wondrous urban canopy beyond.