Landlord Gino Battaglia said bar owner Brendan Sodikoff skipped out on his rent. "It's not about the money. It's a matter of principle," Battaglia said.
Closed South Chicago YMCA Set For Revival With $26 Million Renovation Of Senior Apartments, Community Center
"This was really a hub of activity in the heart of South Chicago until the YMCA closed," the developer said.
Lakeview's Low-Line Market is tentatively set to open for the season on June 4, but with strict measures in place to keep people safe during the coronavirus pandemic.
Police said a 16-year-old is in critical condition after he was stabbed in the chest.
Bars, which have been shut down since March due to the coronavirus pandemic, had hoped for the change quickly so they could get much-needed financial relief.
Cristian Ionescu of Elim Romanian Pentecostal said he will conduct in-person services no matter the outcome of his lawsuit.
Illinois Nursing Homes, Hardest Hit By Coronavirus, Must Test All Residents And Staff Under New State Mandate
"Many facilities have been great partners, and they should be applauded," Gov. JB Pritzker said. "But longterm care residents are some of our most vulnerable Illinoisans. That's why strong compliance from many isn't good enough."
The 19 N. May St. condo project was approved at nine stories. Then the developer wanted to build 18 stories. With a new ward alderman, he now wants to build 15 stories.
There have now been 5,186 deaths linked to COVID-19 in Illinois.
Mayor Lori Lightfoot wants Chicago to be one of two "hub" cities that will host all NHL games this summer.