Articles By Heather Cherone
Ald. Brendan Reilly says the Riverwalk is crowded with pedestrians, making bike riding a hazard.
The 1-million-square-foot project was approved despite vehement opposition from some Little Village residents and environmental groups.
Developers could break ground on the project next year if they are able to secure tax credits from the state.
Rental prices for the commercial and residential units have not been listed as of Wednesday night.
Despite opposition, the $100 million project is expected to go before City Council Thursday.
After Fights And Furious Debates, Jefferson Park Affordable Housing Complex Poised For Final Approval
Ald. Arena was praised by other aldermen for continuing to fight for affordable housing options despite opposition.
The city's Committee on Environmental Health and Protection will discuss the matter at 2 p.m. Tuesday.
After Jefferson Park Veteran Makes His Case For Affordable Housing Plan, Controversial Proposal Moves Forward
A veteran who supports the proposed development made his case Thursday: "I think about the people living under bridges. I don’t want to join them.”
Plans for the Logan Square development call for 109 apartments and a plaza that will connect to the trail.