Articles By Jay Koziarz
The spiraling installation builds on Chicago’s “extraordinary tradition of urban art and architecture,” says its creator
Developers plan to convert the O'Brien's Bar site into a hotel with an above-ground parking garage and two adjacent single-family homes.
A different developer promised an Oprah tribute in the West Loop four years ago but it never materialized.
Neighbors worry about a lack of parking in the plan, which could eventually include a 300-seat theater.
Developers revised their plan to turn the O’Brien’s Bar site into a hotel with an above-grade parking garage. Neighbors aren't happy. "We shouldn't have to pay for the developers’ mistakes.”
Developer Planning 5-Story West Loop Building Hopes Smaller Offices Will Be ‘Pretty Attractive’ Post-Pandemic
If approved, the retail and office building planned for 1020 W. Randolph St. is expected to open in 2022.
The family-friendly restaurant could be redeveloped into new retail space or demolished for a high-rise, property owner Sean Conlon said.
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.