- 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
Problems Persist At Rogers Park Affordable Housing Complex Even After Major Renovation, Tenants Say
Tenants of a federally subsidized Rogers Park apartment building say they have gone without working stoves and other amenities since renovations were completed this summer.
Rogers Park Neighbors Say Landlord’s Renovation Created Unlivable Conditions In Subsidized Apartments: ‘I Came Home To A Nightmare’
Ald. Maria Hadden said landlord Related Midwest shouldn't receive public funds if it cannot fix problems at the Rogers Park complex.
Parkway Gardens Owner To Help Design, Build Project H.O.O.D. Community Center In Woodlawn
Pastor Corey Brooks has lived in a tent on a shipping container in Woodlawn for more than 100 days, aiming to raise $35 million for a community center. Now, developer Related Midwest is stepping in to help.
West Siders Were Promised A Say In Silver Shovel Redevelopment. But Decisions Were Made ‘Behind Closed Doors,’ Residents Say
People on the West Side are relieved the former dump will be turned into a community asset. But the planning process has been marred by a lack of transparency and decisions that flouted recommendations of the community.
Silver Shovel Site’s Future: City Picks $38 Million Related Midwest Project To Revamp Notorious West Side Dumping Ground
In the '90s, the massive lot was home to one of the most nation's most notorious environmental justice disasters. Now, over 30 years later, it'll become a manufacturing complex and an innovation center.
King Von Mural Near Parkway Gardens Sparked Debate, Threats And Harassment. Now, Neighbors To Vote On Its Fate
The mural was painted earlier this month in honor of the slain rapper. Some see it as a tribute, while others say it glorifies gang culture.
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.
With Parkway Gardens Up For Sale, Officials Hope New Owners Can Revive City’s First Black-Owned Housing Cooperative
As Related Midwest focuses on massive developments in South Loop and Downtown, it's selling a Woodlawn affordable housing complex with a history of poor living conditions and gun violence.
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.
Giant Chicago Spire Hole To Be Replaced By ‘Sister Towers’ Under Latest Plan
The towers at 400 N. Lake Shore Drive would rise 875 and 765 feet high. Plans also call for the completion of DuSable Park and the eastern edge of the Riverwalk.
Developer To Pitch 18-Story Office Tower Next To Its Massive West Loop Hotel/Condo Project Next Week
The developer also now aims to build more condos and hotel rooms in the 58-story Equinox hotel tower.
43-Story Fulton Market Building, Tallest West Of Halsted, Gets Approved By Key City Committee
If approved by the City Council, the $215 million project will add 300 apartment units at 906 W. Randolph Street.
Developer Wants To Build 18-Story Office Tower Next To Its Massive Equinox Hotel/Condo Skyscraper Project
A Bank of America location sits now sits at the site.
Fulton Market Tower Plan, Cut From 51 Stories To 36, Gets West Loop Chamber Support
The backing comes after developers agreed to reduce the height from 51 to 36 stories, according to the West Central Association.