Under a new proposal, developments near busy bus lines could qualify for transit-oriented development benefits from the city.Alisa Hauser / Block Club Chicago

No Parking? No Problem. Rahm Considers Giving Developers Perks To Build Near Busy Bus Lines

Developers already can build taller and more dense buildings near 'L' trains. That could expand to bus corridors in 2019.

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Commuter-Focused Target Opens On Wicker Park’s Division Street

The store offers no parking spaces and aims to capture foot traffic from people walking to and from the nearby "L" station.

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Public Can Weigh In On National Teachers Academy High School Plan Tonight

The meeting will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the Illinois Institute of Technology, 3241 S. Federal St.

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Sears Signs At Shuttered Six Corners Store Removed Wednesday Night

Plans for a mixed-use development with retail and residential components at the former Sears still haven't been filed with the city.