Hundreds Watch Stations Of The Cross In Pilsen As Via Crucis Good Friday Tradition ‘Brings People Together’
To celebrate Good Friday, hundreds of Catholics walked along 18th Street for the annual reenactment of the living stations of the cross in Pilsen.
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The 34-acre development would include a Millennium Park-like “tabletop” above the existing CTA and lines — plus 20 million square feet of new offices, homes and more.
The 10-story building at Irving Park Road, Cicero and Milwaukee avenues will fill the corner left vacant since 2016, when the Bank of America branch closed.
‘It Was Meant To Be’: Owners Of Lost Girls Vintage Return To West Town For First Brick-And-Mortar Store
"We’re excited to be part of the bustling West Town neighborhood." Sarah Azzouzi and Kyla Embrey started Lost Girls Vintage six years ago.
Potential homebuyers will be able to tour homes for sale, and homeowners will have the opportunity to learn about loan modification and home repair.
The cafe is being sold to two brothers who work at Zanzibar.
The latest shooting comes after a series of similar incidents in Albany Park that have neighbors on edge.
Should Pilsen Become A Historic Landmark District? Some Say City Is Trying To ‘Shove This Down Our Throats’
The process initially was set to extend late into the summer, but was expedited after someone tried to demolish three buildings in the proposed district.
The concrete was from a retaining wall and there are no reported injuries.
The couple decided to seek a zoning change and construct a three-flat building with 1,600 square feet of commercial space on the first floor.