- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Englewood, Chatham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Lakeview, Boystown, Wrigleyville
- 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
Cloud Kitchens Promises To Fix Traffic ‘Clusterf–k’, But North Center Neighbors Skeptical Plan Will Work
“It’s like a Portillo’s drive-thru but with armed security guards. It’s bonkers, man,” one neighbor said. Nearby business owners say the constant stream of delivery drivers and trucks is costing them customers.
Chicago Used 60% Of Discretionary COVID-19 Funding From Feds On Police: ‘It’s Immoral,’ Critics Say
The city received $480 million in discretionary spending from the feds under the CARES Act. Of that money, $281.5 million went to the Chicago Police Department.
Lakeview Alderman Supports 5-Story Apartment Building At Former Zia’s Site, But Some Neighbors Worry About Traffic
Developers want to knock down the Italian restaurant to build a 48-unit apartment building, but neighbors are worried it will cause traffic congestion.
5-Story Apartment Building Could Replace Zia’s Lago Vista Restaurant In Lakeview
Developers want to knock down the Italian restaurant and build a five-story apartment building with 48 units.
New Buildings In High-Income Neighborhoods Would Need 30 Percent Affordable Units Under Aldermen’s Proposal
The proposed overhaul of the city's affordable requirements ordinance would also stop letting developers pay a fee to get out of building on-site affordable units.
Cedar Street Bringing 180 Apartments To Uptown Corner, Second Part Of Massive Broadway Building Project
Cedar Street received initial approval for a two-building, 180 unit development at Broadway and Winona that will complement its 342-unit complex across the street.
2 Uptown Buildings To Be Torn Down, Replaced By Apartment Complexes
Two- and three-story buildings will make way for mid-rise complexes with apartments and retail.
Bike Lane Added To One-Way Street In North Center
Cyclists will now have a bike lane while traveling through the one-way stretch of Grace Street between Lincoln and Damen avenues.
Council Tensions Linger Over Lightfoot’s Ongoing Battle Against ‘Aldermanic Prerogative’
Although some aldermen say little has changed since Lightfoot sought to limit aldermanic veto power, others are pushing back. “Unfortunately what we’ve seen so far is much worse: mayoral prerogative," one alderman said.
Plan To Convert North Center Apartment Building Into Hotel Opposed By Alderman, Neighbors
Only one neighbor voiced support for the plans, according to Ald. Matt Martin’s office.
Dormant Ravenswood Factory Could Be Renovated Into Sustainable Apartment Building With Green Roof
Developers said they plan to repair and "spruce up" the building's exterior while maintaining its original architectural character.
What Should 47th Ward Prioritize Amid Chicago’s Budget Shortfall? Ald. Martin To Hold Town Hall
The 6:30 p.m. Tuesday meeting will be streamed online and requires an RSVP.
Dispensary33 Seeks Even Larger Expansion In Andersonville
The cannabis dispensary wants to grow its Clark Street store by 60 percent by expanding into a neighboring nail salon and hot dog stand.
City’s Shared Street Program Off To A Good Start In Ravenswood: ‘We’re Absolutely Interested In Expanding’
At least one other shared street is being shelved while the city focuses on public safety.
Ald. Martin Will Answer Questions About Police Reform During Thursday Facebook Event
“It’s important to use this as an opportunity to discuss policing issues so in the coming weeks we can address concerns really aggressively in City Council,” Martin said.
How To Safely Use Chicago’s First Shared Street In Ravenswood: ‘It’s Not A Block Party’
"It's not a block party — it's a public health benefit" say signs along Chicago's first shared street on Leland Avenue.
City’s First Shared Street Opens Friday On Leland Avenue In Ravenswood
Leland Avenue in Ravenswood and Uptown will get the shared street designation.
Students Can Learn Community Organizing At Free Summer Youth Program
The two-month Youth Organizing Institute, sponsored by three North Side alderman, is for 8th-12th grade students.
Time To Rethink Business Districts In Wake Of Coronavirus, Uptown Leaders Say
More pedestrian zones and expanded outdoor cafe seating could transform Uptown's commercial corridors, leaders said Thursday.
Chicago Rent Grace Period Would Allow Struggling Tenants Pay Back Rent Over 12 Months, Aldermen Say
Under a new proposal, renters who have lost income due to coronavirus would have 12 months to pay their rent and mortgage holders would also get relief.