Lincoln Yards Development To Bring Changes To Nearby Roads, CTA, Metra And MoreThe city gave the green light for the project Wednesday, and if you live in Chicago, you're going to help pay for it. The city council approved as much as $900 million in tax subsidies for the project.
With Lightfoot's Backing, City Council OKs TIF Money For Lincoln Yards And The 78; Developers Vow More Contracts For Women, MinoritiesAfter asking for a delay in the approval process earlier this week, Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot has given her blessing to two massive development projects, having secured agreements from the developers to increase the amount of construction work that will go to women- and minority-owned firms.
Lincoln Yards Project Advances As Zoning Committee Backs Massive RedevelopmentThe hotly-disputed Lincoln Yards project is moving forward, after receiving a key vote from the City Council Zoning Committee on Thursday.
Zoning Committe Debates Controversial $6 Billion Lincoln Yards ProjectAldermen are expected to take a crucial vote Thursday on the massive Lincoln Yards development project, as the City Council Zoning Committee debates whether to approve a controversial plan that would change the landscape of the North and Northwest sides.
Lincoln Yards Developer Doubles Affordable Housing Commitment Ahead Of Zoning Committee VoteTwo days before the City Council Zoning Committee votes on the massive Lincoln Yards project on the North Side, developer Sterling Bay has agreed to double the number of affordable housing units it will build on-site.
Opponents Of Lincoln Yards Want Project Put On Hold Until Election Of New Chicago MayorThe $6 billion Lincoln Yards Project would span 55 acres of old industrial space along the Chicago River in Lincoln Park and Bucktown.
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.
Alderman Rejects Soccer Stadium, Entertainment District For Lincoln Yards ProjectA 20,000-seat soccer stadium and an entertainment district run by Live Nation will no longer be part of the $6 billion Lincoln Yards project proposed for a stretch of land along the Chicago River on the North Side.
Could The Former John Hancock Building Get Its Name Back?The John Hancock building could be getting its old name back.
Sterling Bay Revises Lincoln Yards Development Plan, With Smaller Buildings And More ParksSterling Bay is seeking City Council approval for the 70-acre project along the Chicago River, between Lincoln Park and Bucktown.