- 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
Medical District Zoning Changes To Expand Development Get Committee Approval
The area could undergo a shift, from being primarily a medical district to becoming a "truly mixed-use neighborhood," a city official said.
New West Side Roller Rink And Community Plaza Is A Place ‘We Can Rest, We Can Reset, We Can Move, We Can Groove’
The community plaza and roller rink is an investment to improve safety and bring commerce back to the Madison Street corridor, organizers said.
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.
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.
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.
A West Side Vacant Lot Will Soon Become A Roller Rink And Community Plaza
The roller rink will be built along a troubled street in an effort to use public investment and community engagement to deter crime and help revitalize the area.
Garfield Park Little League Field, Gardens And Field House Getting Overhaul After Council Approves Funding
The improvements to Garfield Park are welcomed by the community. But the park's advisory council said they were left out of the planning.
Garfield Park Getting Nearly $9 Million For Upgrades To Field House, Little League Stadium, Water Gardens
Renovations are long overdue, residents say, but an advisory council was left out of the planning process.
West Side Roller Rink Plan Aims To Reclaim Area From Violent Crime, But Some Worry It’ll Put Kids In Harm’s Way
West Garfield Park residents can weigh in on the plan at a town hall Monday night.
Long-Awaited Next Phase Of Roosevelt Square Development Met With Mixed Response From Near West Side Neighbors
Related Midwest would rehab 184 apartments from a previously completed phase and build 222 apartments across four buildings.
Will Legal Weed Be Delayed? Black Aldermen Force A Vote Next Week Because All Dispensary Owners Are White
“This is a travesty,” said Ald. Jason Ervin, the chair of City Council Black Caucus. “If equity is to be one of our north stars, this is not it."
Black Aldermen Will Push To Stall Weed Sales Over Lack Of Black Dispensary Owners At Meeting Wednesday
Without Mayor Lightfoot's support, the proposal to push recreational weed sales back to July 1 is considered a long shot.
Dispensary Lottery So White: With No Black Owners In The Mix, Black Caucus Could Move To Stall Weed Sales
Amid the excitement of the city's first recreational dispensary lottery, some wonder if the legalizing weed will truly bring equity for all.
Cinespace Is ‘Trying To Take Over’ Our Neighborhood, Furious West Side Residents Tell Aldermen
Plans for a closed Cinespace campus have been years in the making, but the street closures put pedestrians in harm's way, neighbors say.
Wedding Venue Planned In Old Epiphany Church Worries West Loop Neighbors: We Don’t Want ‘Excalibur’ Here
"They are going to do all those nasty things that drunk people do," one neighbor said of the alcohol-serving venue.
How Do We Help The West Side? Candidates Vying For Ald. Jason Ervin’s 28th Ward Seat Sound Off
CPS teacher Jasmine Jackson, nurse Beverly Miles and IT specialist Miguel Bautista aim to unseat the two-term alderman.
Despite Efforts To Knock Out Competition, This West Side Alderman Won’t Be The Only Choice On The Ballot This Time
Ald. Jason Ervin will face off against Miguel Bautista, Jasmine Jackson, and Beverly Miles, the Board of Elections ruled.