Landmarks Commission Approves Wrigley Field UpgradesThe Cubs' plan is moving forward as they hoped.
Source: Cubs Agree To Mayor's Requests On Wrigley RenovationsThis will allow the Cubs to make their presentation to the Commission on Landmarks on Thursday.
Wrigleyville Residents Voice Objections To New Wrigley Field SignsMany residents of the neighborhood surrounding Wrigley Field don’t like the Cubs’ plan to put a massive video screen in left field and a new advertising board in right field.
Rooftop Owners Won't Sue Cubs If Team Installs Just 2 SignsThe team hasn't responded yet, so this may not mean much in the big picture.
Fulton Market Owners Fight City Hall Plan For Landmark DistrictBusiness owners in the city’s trendy Fulton Market area were urging the Emanuel administration to drop plans to designate the district as a city landmark, and turn the wholesale market into a tourist-oriented farmers market like Pike Place in Seattle.
Judge Temporarily Blocks Demolition Of Prentice HospitalThe wrecking ball won't claim the former Prentice Women's Hospital building for at least three more weeks.
Fight Over Future Of Prentice Women's Hospital Still SimmeringThe Commission on Chicago Landmarks is expected to soon weigh in on whether to demolish the distinctive concrete cloverleaf building that once housed Prentice Women's Hospital.
Cubs Narrowly Win Landmark Approval For Electronic Ad SignThe Cubs have won approval from a landmark review panel for a new advertising sign in the Wrigley Field bleachers, but they could face a big hurdle ahead.
Landmark Status Urged For Former BreweryThe Commission on Chicago Landmarks endorsed landmark status for five commercial buildings that used to contain taverns owned by the Joseph Schlitz Brewing Co.