- 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, West Loop
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
Uptown’s Clark Street Getting Major Overhaul As 4 Developments Bring 100+ Residential Units To Area
The developments will transform what is a sleepy stretch of single-story retail buildings on Clark between Sunnyside and Wilson avenues.
Uptown Affordable Housing Developments For Women Who Are Homeless, Low-Income Seniors Get City Approval
Separate housing developments for women facing homelessness and an affordable senior apartment building in Uptown were given the OK from a city commission.
Weiss Hospital Development Is Moving Forward — But Neighbors Worried About Gentrification Are Continuing To Push Back
Critics say the plan to convert the hospital parking lot into apartments will push low-income residents out of Uptown. "We need affordable housing, not luxury housing," one neighbor said at a recent meeting.
Uptown’s Brenneman School Gets New Playground To Replace One From 1960s: ‘It Really Means A Lot To Us’
The playground was requested by Brenneman's new leaders, who got the playground built in mere months.
2 Apartment Buildings Proposed For Happy Wash Retail Strip On Uptown’s Wilson Avenue
Developers Ayman Khalil and Kareem Musawwir are asking to build to the property line, without a rear or front property-line setback, drawing criticism from neighbors.
After 3rd Time Being Attacked, Cappleman Defends Street Interventions But Says He Will ‘Be More Careful When I Work’
Some constituents have criticized Cappleman's tactics, with one Uptown group calling it "terrifying and inappropriate."
Ald. James Cappleman Put In Chokehold, Beaten With Table After Confronting Men He Says Were Drinking On Uptown Corner
"I know the individual who assaulted me," Cappleman said. The attack happened after the alderman tried to remove a small table from the corner. One of the men said the table belonged to them.
‘Historic’ Gang Feud To Blame For Recent Uptown Shootings Near Sheridan And Wilson, Police Say
Six people have been shot at Sheridan and Wilson since late July in a longstanding gang conflict. Neighbors in a nearby high rise are voicing concerns for their safety.
Uptown School Getting New Accessible Playground And Nature Walk After City Council Approval
Courtenay Elementary will get $2.1 million in city funds to update its play area for all ages of students.
Weiss Hospital Development Goes To City Council, But Some Aldermen Balk At Project
Plans for an apartment complex on the hospital parking lot were approved after a robust debate, setting up a final vote by the City Council Wednesday.
Plan To Turn Weiss Hospital Parking Lot Into Apartments Gets Key City Approval Despite Some Neighbor Opposition
The plan for the 314-unit building is moving forward after a bumpy community approval process earlier this summer.
After Uptown Advisory Panel Flip Flops On Weiss Hospital Parking Lot Development, Alderman Says He’ll Support It
Ald. James Cappleman's zoning advisory board initially voted down the development. But the board changed its vote, and Cappleman has now said he supports the project.
Uptown Clark Street Building Could Be Reused As Apartments Under Developer Proposal
Honore Properties wants to create 24 apartments and retail space in the 115-year-old building at 4533 N. Clark St.
Plan To Turn Weiss Hospital Parking Lot Into Apartments Is Alive Again After Alderman’s Committee Changes Vote
Ald. James Cappleman will make a decision on the proposal after a member of his advisory committee changed its vote to support the project.
Plan To Turn Weiss Hospital Parking Lot Into Apartment Building Shot Down By Neighborhood’s Alderman
Ald. James Cappleman said he will not support Lincoln Property Company's plans for a 314-unit apartment building on a Weiss Hospital parking lot.
As Long-Awaited Red Line Overhaul Begins, Officials Say Disruption To North Side Stations Will Be ‘Worth It’
The reconstruction will completely rebuild Red and Purple line tracks and create stations at Lawrence, Argyle, Berwyn and Bryn Mawr.
Leland Avenue Shared Street Returns This Week To Allow More Space For Pedestrians On Side Streets
The city's Shared Streets program returns this year, once again starting with Leland Avenue between Uptown and Lincoln Square.
Montrose Harbor Paid Parking Meters Could Help City Turn Profit For First Time In Disastrous Parking Deal’s History, Officials Say
Pay-to-park meters are being installed at two of Montrose Harbor's most popular attractions, as well as in several parts of Lincoln Park.
Uptown Neighbors Want To Stop Conversion Of Weiss Hospital Parking Lot Into Apartments: ‘We Are At A Tipping Point In Our Community’
A developer's plan for a 314-unit apartment building at the Weiss Hospital lot is luxury housing overkill in a neighborhood with a massive influx of development, some neighbors say.
Weiss Hospital Hosting Vaccine Event For 46th Ward Residents, Alderman Announces
Eligible 46th Ward residents can get the Pfizer vaccine at one of two clinic events at Weiss Hospital this month.