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- Lakeview, Boystown, Wrigleyville
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Logan Square ‘Downzoning’ Efforts Approved By City Panel Despite Prominent Landlord’s Threats To Sue
The measures were dropped at the city's last Zoning Committee hearing, but they were resurrected at Tuesday's hearing and approved.
Prominent Logan Square Landlord Threatens To Sue City Over Zoning Change And Gets His Way — Again
The move involving the Parson's site in Logan Square raises broader questions about whether threats of lawsuits should dictate if city legislation moves forward, an alderman said.
Mark Fishman’s Buildings Dropped From Milwaukee Avenue ‘Downzoning’ Plan After Landlord Threatens To Sue
It's the latest in a long-running battle between the prominent landlord and Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa (35th), who after years of gathering community input sent the measure to City Council.
Would Logan Square Affordable Housing Complex Create Parking ‘Nightmare’ As Opponents Claim In Lawsuit? Not At All, Report Finds
The lawsuit is "another example of a kitchen sink attempt to block affordable housing by any means necessary," the researcher wrote in his data-driven report.
New Lawsuit From Logan Square Landlords Aims To Stop Affordable Development — But It Won’t Work, Officials Say
While the all-affordable housing complex on Emmett Street will eliminate a parking lot, most residents support making the area more affordable.
Mark Fishman And Logan Square Landlords Sue To Block Affordable Housing Project Near Blue Line
The lawsuit argues replacing a surface parking lot with 100 subsidized apartments would cause them “irreparable injury.”
Controversial Landlord Mark Fishman Gave At Least $100,000 To Ald. Ramirez-Rosa’s Opponent, Records Show
An expert said the move appears to be a "blatant" example of campaign finance law exploitation.
How Many Of Chicago’s 77,000 Big Buildings Recycle? Nobody Knows.
Mayor Rahm Emanuel's plan to take recycling to Chicago's high rises and commercial buildings has fallen short because of lax enforcement and a series of bureaucratic snafus.
‘He Dined And Ditched’: Landlord Accuses Ramirez-Rosa Of Running Out On His Office Lease; Alderman Says It’s Politics
A corporation associated with M. Fishman Co. made a $5,000 donation to Rosa's opponent Yu Dieterich last month.
Landlord Mark Fishman Kicked Me Out Of My Ward Office, Ald. Carlos Ramirez-Rosa Says
Ramirez-Rosa contends the landlord manufactured a lease dispute to "bully and buy him." Fishman alleges the alderman owed $42,000 in back rent.