Hilco Redevelopment Partners
- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
City Staffers Should Be Punished Or Fired For Handling Of Coal Plant Implosion In Little Village, Watchdog Says
Two Department of Buildings officials and one Department of Public Health staffer should be punished for their role in the smokestack collapse, the report found.
Target Building Truck Storage Facility Near Little Village Warehouse — But Won’t Answer Public’s Questions About It
Target's first community meeting was frustrating for activists and local leaders. “This meeting was a complete waste of our time,” one Little Village resident said.
After Cutting Ribbon On Controversial Hilco Warehouse, Target Hosting Community Meeting This Week
Company representatives plan to answer questions about the Target Little Village Supply Chain Facility during a virtual meeting Tuesday.
As Target Warehouse Opens On Little Village Hilco Site, Alderman Celebrates New Jobs — While Activists Vow To Keep Fighting
The controversial warehouse will bring 2,000 jobs to Little Village, Ald. Michael Rodriguez said. But environmental justice groups say diesel trucks will further pollute their neighborhood.
As Hilco’s Target Warehouse Opens, Activists Dread More Pollution, Truck Traffic In Little Village: ‘Our Community Is Being Sacrificed’
The 1.3-million-square-foot facility housing a Target distribution center is opening Tuesday at 35th and Pulaski despite years of community opposition.
Leaked Emails Reveal City Hall Failed To Keep Little Village Neighbors Updated On Hilco Work Despite Promise After Dust Disaster
The mayor's spokespeople spent hours crafting a PR strategy before one raised concerns: "We’re not talking to community first?”
A Year After Botched Hilco Implosion, Little Village Neighbors Demand Protections For South And West Side Neighborhoods: ‘We Just Want To Breathe’
On the one-year anniversary of the Hilco smokestack implosion Sunday, activists and community members gathered to look back at the botched implosion and amplify the need for environmental justice against polluting industries.
City Officials Approved Plans For A Hilco Warehouse — But 303,000 Square Feet Of The Building Was Missing From Original Design, Records Show
The full size of the controversial warehouse at 3501 S. Pulaski Road is now 1,326,566 square feet, up from 1,023,467 square feet, according to the amended Planned Development approved last month.
City Officials Will Offer Updates On Controversial Hilco Site During Community Meeting Thursday
The Department of Buildings, Department of Water Management and Chicago Department of Public Health will discuss activities at the former Crawford Coal Plant starting 6 p.m.
Following Botched Hilco Demolition, City Seeking Public Input On Rule Changes For Imploding Buildings
The changes were introduced two months after the implosion of the old Crawford Coal plant smokestack covered Little Village in a cloud of dust. The last day to provide feedback is Feb. 18.
Little Village Activists Slam Developer Hilco In New Billboard 6 Months After Dust Disaster
Activists are concerned the Target warehouse being developed at the old Crawford Coal Plant will bring more polluting diesel trucks to an area already inundated by truck traffic from nearby industry.
City Council Approves Plan To Scrap Tax Breaks For ‘Bad Actor’ Developers — But It Won’t Apply To Hilco
The ordinance gives the city a way to penalize companies that violate rules and development agreements. But it will not apply retroactively to Hilco, responsible for the demolition that covered Little Village in dust.
Lightfoot Defiende Acciones De La Municipalidad Por Demolición De Chimenea Industrial En La Villita
Durante un encuentro virtual de la alcaldía, como parte del proyecto “Lens on Lightfoot”, la edil sostiene que el promotor inmobiliario es el culpable y promete que tal incidente no volverá a ocurrir.
Ordinance Creating Process To Revoke Tax Incentives From ‘Bad Actor’ Developers Moves Forward
It’s unclear if the measure would allow the city to claw back incentives already awarded to firms like Hilco, the developer who oversaw the demolition that covered Little Village in dust.
Lightfoot Defends City’s Actions On Little Village Smokestack Demolition: ‘I Don’t Believe We Were Negligent’
During a virtual town hall as part of a “Lens on Lightfoot” event, the mayor maintains the developer is at fault but vows such an incident won’t happen again.
Ordinance Creating Process To Revoke Property Tax Incentives From ‘Bad Actors’ Set To Advance
The ordinance was born after a demolition at the old Crawford coal plant — a site owned by developer Hilco — sent dust across Little Village.
Tres Meses Después De La Explosión En La Villita, La Empresa Hilco Aterroriza Nuevamente A Vecinos De Nueva Jersey: ‘Lo Que Hicieron Fue Sumamente Dañino’
Una fuerte explosión provocó una gigantesca nube de polvo en los cielos de un vecindario en Nueva Jersey. Esta vez sucedió sin previo aviso causando pánico a los vecinos que temían de un ataque terrorista ocurrido en las cercanías de Nueva York.
3 Months After Little Village Dust Disaster, Hilco Implosion Terrifies New Jersey Neighbors: ‘What They Did Was Unconscionably Wrong’
A loud blast sent a massive dust cloud across a New Jersey neighborhood. This time it happened with no notice, panicking neighbors who feared a terrorist attack in nearby New York City.
Hilco Starts Final Phase Of Crawford Coal Plant Demolition Despite Outrage From Neighbors
All demolition work is expected to be completed by September, clearing the way for a 1-million-square-foot logistics facility for Target.
Hilco Outlines Final Demolition Plans For Crawford Coal Plant Site, But Residents Want Developer Gone
Little Village residents and activists criticized the developer for its “aggressive timeline” and wondered why the project is continuing while coronavirus is still a concern.