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Casa Durango, An Affordable Housing Development In Pilsen, To Break Ground This Fall
Casa Durango will be a 37-unit development at 1850 S. Racine Ave. and a 16-unit building at 2008 S. Ashland Ave.8:00 AM CDT
Neighbors Asked For A Dog Run Next To A Community Garden In Pilsen. A Fundraiser Brings It Closer to Reality
The money will go toward water service and installation of chain-link fencing and a double-gate system. Trees also will be added.7:20 AM CDT
Sterling Bay Pitches 25-Story Apartment Tower In Fulton Market — But City Wants More Affordable Units
Ald. Walter Burnett (27th) said the project could be stalled because the city and developers don't agree on how many on-site affordable units there should be.7:00 AM CDT
After Being Spared From The Wrecking Ball, Victorian Building Formerly Home To La Luce Receives Landmark Status
Built in 1892 as a Schlitz brewing saloon and tied house, the Queen Anne Victorian building was La Luce’s home from 1989 until the restaurant closed in 2016.
Long-Awaited Next Phase Of Roosevelt Square Development Gets City Council Approval
The next phase of the Roosevelt Square project contains three mid-rise buildings with 207 total units and the rehabilitation of an existing building that will be the home of a museum and 15 residential units.
West Loop Boom Continues As City Council Approves Fulton Market Apartment Towers With Over 1,000 Units
LG Development and Fulton St. Companies received approval for separate projects just blocks from each other.
Chicago Removed Its Columbus Statues After Protests. An Italian-American Group Is Suing To Bring One Back
The statues had been the subject of high-profile protests last year. The Joint Civic Committee of Italian Americans wants to restore the one in Arrigo Park.
West Loop Apartment Complex Could Bring Nearly 300 More Units To Neighborhood
The proposed building on Washington Boulevard would include 288 apartments, retail and a rooftop deck.
Former Home To La Luce — And Michael Jordan’s Old Office — Set For Historic Landmark Status
The building's owners applied for a demolition permit last year, but the community fought back.
Nuevo Leon Bakery In Little Village Gets $60,000 Grant For New Roof, Repairs: ‘I’m Hopeful For This’
The family-owned business will finally get the funds needed to upgrade the building's century-old infrastructure.
Roosevelt Square Project On Track To Deliver Over 200 Residential Units On Near West Side After Plan Commission Approval
The residential units would include market-rate, affordable and units retained for Chicago Housing Authority residents.
Plan Commission Set To Hear Next Phase Of Roosevelt Square Development, Controversial Uptown Luxury Residential Proposal
Also on the agenda for the meeting is the long-awaited renovation of the Ramova Theatre in Bridgeport.
Proposed Liquor Store In West Loop On Hold After Neighbors Express Concerns
Neighbors said they're concerned about how close the liquor store would be to a day care, among other things.
West Side Needs Renovations To All Green Line Stations, A Lake Street Bus And More CTA Changes, Residents Say
Residents said sweeping changes are needed to public transportation in the area to help neighbors and boost area businesses.
Chicago’s Ultimate Ice Cream Guide: 100+ Places To Get Soft Serve, Shakes, Paletas And More Across The City
From soft serve to Thai rolled ice cream, mangoneadas and paletas, we've rounded up more than 90 spots with the best chilly sweet treats in Chicago.
Little Library Debuts In Little Village, Offering Free Books In English And Spanish
The free community library outside La Villita Community Church was organized by church members and built, decorated and installed by youth groups.
Animal Rescue Group One Tail At A Time Brings Back ‘Summer Shake’ For Dogs
The first in-person fundraiser in more than a year will be held Aug. 8 at Bridge 410 in the West Loop.
South, West Side Entrepreneurs Get $10 Million In City Grants To Expand And Build Their Businesses
Nuevo Leon Bakery, Reggio's Pizza and ChiFresh Kitchen are among the businesses that got city money to build up their work.
Lawndale Residents Can Sign Up Sunday For Free Tickets To Riot Fest
The music festival is also hosting a job fair so it can hire nearby residents for temporary positions.
Illinois Has A Program to Compensate Victims Of Violent Crimes. Few Applicants Receive Funds
Less than 40 percent of applicants are compensated, but many more never apply in the first place.