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The former Irving Park bank was once considered the neighborhood's "oldest and strongest bank."
Ald. Burnett said storefront rents in the area have steadily risen to as much as $100 per square foot.
Indoor and outdoor ideas for July 20-22.
The festival runs Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Toxic Little Village Site Gets $200,000 Cleanup Grant To Help Make Way For Huge Community Wellness Center
The EPA’s Brownfields Program offers grants to clean up and reuse land contaminated with hazardous substances or pollutants.
Switzer made history as a runner and inspired thousands of women athletes, but now she's trying to get more older people into racing, too.
The store offers no parking spaces and aims to capture foot traffic from people walking to and from the nearby "L" station.
The meeting will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Illinois Institute of Technology, 3241 S. Federal St.
Plans for a mixed-use development with retail and residential components at the former Sears still haven't been filed with the city.