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Blind Pig Hospitality will revamp an old industrial building on Green Street into a new brewery, distillery and restaurant.
The Daily Line: Uber will pay $6.4 million, while Lyft will pay approximately $4 million, the mayor’s office announced.
Plan Commission To Weigh Plans For Office Tower, Brewery In Fulton Market; Luxury Apartment Complex Near 606 Trail
At Ald. Walter Burnett's request, a developer said he'd "try" to keep retail spaces affordable enough for small businesses in his Sangamon Street tower.
Candidates in contested aldermanic races have roughly $5.2 million to spend on upcoming races.
The Daily Line: “You have Friends of the Parks and Friends of the River focused on parkland and open space. ... You don’t have a friends of the bridge."
"In a moment where police capacity is clearly under extreme strain, these sort of tactics are the last thing we should be spending manpower and energy on," Ald. Roderick T. Sawyer (6th) said.
The median sale price for single-family homes and other non-condo residential properties increased from $610,000 in 2015 to $790,000 in 2017.
If Illinois overturns its rent control law, one alderman vowed to “introduce an ordinance to stabilize rents for working people.”
Since 2008 — before the passage of the Affordable Requirements Ordinance — general fund dollars spent on affordable housing has fallen from $32 million to $14 million.