Articles By Maxwell Evans
Fifth Third Bank Announces $20 Million Investment In Chicago’s South And West Side Opportunity Zones
Specific projects in line for the funding were not announced at Monday's press conference, but will be unveiled "in the coming months."
Chicago's recycling rate of just 8.8 percent is far below the national average of 35.2 percent.
CPS CEO Janice Jackson, author Lee Bey and Chicago Housing Commissioner Marisa Novara are among the panelists.
University Of Chicago’s 13-Story Hotel Overlooking The Midway Set To Open In 2021, Work Begins This Month
The $55 million hotel was planned "well before" Jackson Park was selected as the Obama Center site, the developer said.
Advocate Trinity Hospital, Mercy Hospital, South Shore Hospital and St. Bernard Hospital announced their plan Thursday to replace their facilities with a new hospital and community health centers.
South Side Lakefront Erosion Has Been Ignored For Too Long, Neighbors Say. Now, They’re Demanding Answers
All Illinoisans who "enjoy the precious natural resource that is our lakefront" should get involved in the lakefront protection effort, state Rep. Curtis Tarver said.
The Land Bank accepted DL3's proposal in March 2019. Once the sale is finalized, the developer aims demolish the nearly century-old building and replace it with a new one.
The day kicks off with an exploration of the museum's archives of King's Chicago campaign, in which he addressed racial discrimination in housing and hiring.
Woodlawn would be included in the plan, but most of South Shore and Washington Park would not.