'The Terminal' Is The Latest In Chicago's INVEST South/West Initiative For Development On City's West Side."When the dust settles on the ground, we are boldly optimistic. The 37th Ward won't be silent or stopped."
Pilsen Developers Question Embattled Ald. Solis About Pulling The Plug On Residential-Retail Building"Everybody else in the community wanted it. And for no real reason, for no good reason, no rational reason, he dezoned it. His motives and his motivations are the key to this case and we want to depose him."
Ricketts Pulls Out Of Plans To Invest In United Soccer League TeamSterling Bay said it will redesign its $6 billion, 54-acre Lincoln Yards project on Chicago's North Side excluding the stadium.
More West Loop Development Worries Some, Welcomed By OthersDevelopers want to build an office tower 19 stories tall at Halstead and Fulton, a building at Randolph and Sangamon could reach 53 stories.
Development In Humboldt Park Sparks Discussions Of GentrificationBack in 2010, the average price for a home in this community was about $175,000. Eight years later it has climbed to $467,000.
The Changing Face Of WrigleyvilleThe changes up and down Clark and Addison are stunning.
Pilsen Residents Want Say In Development PlansDiscussed were components of what could be a New Quality of Life plan for Pilsen, placing emphasis on education, health, jobs, young people and their activities, and affordable housing.
Deal To Develop Parkland Near Indiana Dunes Riles ConservationistsA plan allowing a politically connected developer to operate restaurants, a rooftop bar and a banquet hall in the heart of Indiana Dunes State Park is drawing scrutiny from conservationists and some legal experts.
Developers Release Renderings Of Development At Purple Hotel SiteDevelopers have produced a mostly retail- and food-oriented complex for the 11 acres at 4500 W. Touhy. A 210-room hotel would go along the northern part of the site with frontage on Lincoln Avenue.
Report: DuSable Park Site Near Navy Pier Nearly Clear Of Radioactive SoilA published report says the long-planned DuSable Park could soon be ready for development along the lake just south of Navy Pier.
3 Soaring Towers Proposed For Wolf PointA development composed of three soaring towers has been proposed for the north bank of Wolf Point, one of the city’s most historically important sites.
Mariano's Market, Apartments Planned For Old East Lakeview Dominick's SiteA new plan calls for a Mariano’s Fresh Market grocery store, and as many as seven stories of apartments, at the long-vacant East Lakeview site where a Dominick’s store burned down more than six years ago.
Neighbors Take Issue With East Lakeview Residential Development PlanSome neighbors in East Lakeview are taking issue with plans for a massive 15-story residential development at the northernmost end of the Boystown strip.
Groundbreaking Study Seeks To Solve Puzzles About Children's HeathA first-of-its-kind nationwide study is expected to provide doctors and parents with new clues about the puzzles of children's health, and researchers in Chicago are looking for families to take part.
Alderman Hopes For New Grocery At Dominick's SiteAld. Tom Tunney (44th) said Monday night that he hopes a full-service grocery store will be part of a new plan for the long-vacant lot in East Lakeview where a new Dominick’s was supposed to be built.