Articles By Jay Koziarz
As Nearby Offices Extend Work-From-Home Policies, 16-Story Life Science Hub Breaks Ground In Fulton Market
Despite the global pandemic, the team behind Fulton Labs believes there is still a strong demand for laboratory space.
The River North building’s iconic flamingo mural is going away, but Chicago artist JC Rivera will be back to paint something new.
Lincoln Park SRO Rehab Will Bring 32 Affordable Housing Units To ‘Chicago’s Most Expensive Neighborhood’
The 114-year-old single room occupancy Covent Hotel will be rehabbed and a seven-story apartment building will be built next door.
Weed Dispensary Planned For Old Bucktown Emissions Testing Site Aims To Put The ‘Park Back In Parking Lot’
Once the center of a traffic nightmare, a developer aims to swap parking at the Webster Avenue facility for new trees.
In the works since 2018, the zoning amendment will bring 58 high-end condos to the West Loop and allow the developer to build taller than once planned.