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Lincoln Square Alderman Pushes Zoning Change To Force Developer To Reveal Mystery Grocer
The developer says it can't reveal its tenant because of a non-disclosure agreement. The lack of information has frustrated neighbors, who worry the grocer could be an Amazon Fresh.
Lincoln Square Group Wants To Install Lights To Host Night Games In Welles Park
The association’s plans will be presented at a virtual meeting 6:30 p.m. March 11.
Northwestern Project At Former Sabatino’s Site Gets Ald. Jim Gardiner’s Support
But some neighbors who live near the proposal say more revisions need to be made before the city gives Northwestern the final OK to build.
Mayor’s ‘You Gotta Be F–king Kidding Me’ Hot Mic Moment Was Not Directed At Council Members, Alderman Says
"She texted me and said she was talking about something brought to her by her staff," Ald. Rossana Rodriguez-Sanchez said following the mayor's gaffe.
Cloud Kitchens’ Plan To Resolve Traffic, Parking Problems In North Center Is Too Little, Too Late, Neighbors Say
“We just finished our second meeting about these problems and they’ve only gotten worse," Ald. Matt Martin said.
Here’s A Look At Irving Park, Albany Park And Avondale Street Construction Starting This Year
There will be parking restrictions while crews try to get the work done before the end of November, city officials said.
Cloud Kitchens Promises To Fix Traffic ‘Clusterf–k’, But North Center Neighbors Skeptical Plan Will Work
“It’s like a Portillo’s drive-thru but with armed security guards. It’s bonkers, man,” one neighbor said. Nearby business owners say the constant stream of delivery drivers and trucks is costing them customers.
With Chicago Snowed In, Some Residents Want To Know: Why Isn’t There A Citywide Sidewalk Shoveling Service?
Chicagoans are largely on their own when it comes to digging out of their homes after snowstorms, which is harder for older residents and people with disabilities. A municipal shoveling effort would help erase that inequality, supporters say.
Albany Park Groups Launching Festival With Virtual Tours, Tastings Hosted By Northwest Side Breweries
Northwest Brewfest will feature free half-hour virtual experiences. You can buy sampler packs of beer, mead and coffee as part of the program, too.
Dig Out Your Garbage, Recycle Carts After Snowstorms — Or Crews Can’t Get To Them, City Says
People should also clear their sidewalks so everyone can safely travel, according to the city.
North Center Alderman Denies Developer’s Plan For Mystery Grocery Store At Bank Building
The developer proposing a 45-foot-tall commercial building at Irving Park, Lincoln and Damen said they could not identify the grocery involved because of a non-disclosure agreement.
North Center Chamber Curates Unique Gifts And Asks Neighbors To Shop Local For Valentine’s Day
Orders will be accepted through Friday for pickup at each merchants’ location between Thursday and Sunday.
Judge Denies Copernicus Center’s Attempt To Block Sale Of Jefferson Park Firehouse For Brewery Project
City Council agreed Jan. 27 to sell the vacant firehouse to a developer despite attempts by the nearby Copernicus Center to buy the building.
Chicago Moms Have Baked 1,700 Lasagnas For Those In Need Since October — And They’re Not Slowing Down
The all-volunteer run program was founded by a California mom in May and has since spread to over 1,000 cities. The nonprofit abides by three simple principles: feed families, spread kindness and strengthen communities.
2 Men Sue Off-Duty Cop Who Shot At Them In Irving Park: ‘This Should Never Have Happened’
One man was shot in his hand when an officer fired at a car "unprovoked," a lawsuit alleges. A second man was struck with shattered glass.
Alapash Closing Ravenswood Home Goods Store This Month So Owner Can Focus On Michigan Shop
Alapash's owner moved to Michigan about a year and a half ago and wants to focus on one store.
Irving Park Neighbors Worry Northwestern Project At Former Sabatino’s Site Will Add To Traffic Headaches
Northwestern still needs city approval for the zoning and permitting processes but anticipates breaking ground on the project in early fall.
Dragon Snow Sculpture With Glowing Eyes Delights In Lincoln Square: A ‘Very Fun Thing That Brightened Our Day’
The Lincoln Square dragon has become quite popular on social media, with one person calling it the “crown jewel of Washtenaw.”
North Center Developer Plans Grocery Store At Busy Intersection. Like In Lincoln Square, They Won’t Say Which Company Is Involved
The project at 3950 N. Damen Ave would be a commercial building with a bank and grocery store. But the developer won't reveal which grocer it is.
Chicago Joe’s Closes Permanently; Owners Selling To Developer Who Wants To Build Million-Dollar Condos
The family-run restaurant opened in 1988 and the owners put the property up for sale in 2019.