- 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
Uptown Apartment Building Gets Key Committee Approval, Despite Objections From Historic District Neighbors
The Clark Street development would help revive a retail strip in "rapid downward spiral." But some neighbors believe the five-story building is out of scale with the neighborhood.
Disinvested: How Government And Private Industry Let The Main Street Of A Black Neighborhood Crumble
A half-century after Chicago’s uprisings in 1968, a once-thriving retail strip in East Garfield Park still suffers from broken promises, bad policy and neglect.
Megadevelopment Would Bring 2,600 Apartments To Moody Bible Institute Campus
The Near North Side planned development near Walter Payton College Prep would include towers topping out at 55 stories.
West Loop Office Building, River North Hotel Secure Key City Approval At Plan Commission
A West Loop office building is planned for a vacant lot while a River North hotel will take the place of a parking lot.
Developers Break Ground On 26-Story, 11-Story Apartment Towers In West Loop
The project will bring 500 new apartments to West Randolph Street near Union Park.
Plumbers Union Wants To Construct Office Building, 500-Space Parking Garage In West Loop
Local 130 wants to build a seven-story parking garage and a six-story office building at 1341 W. Randolph St., according to paperwork filed with the city.
City Council Approves Revised Plan For Controversial Luxury Old Town Hotel
Developers plan to convert the O'Brien's Bar site into a hotel with an above-ground parking garage and two adjacent single-family homes.
CHA To Demolish Vacant Near North High School And Build Affordable Housing
The City Council approved up to $4 million in tax-increment funding to demolish the vacant Near North High School Building.
In Rush To Open Pot Shops In West Loop, This Dispensary Takes Alderman’s Advice — And Hires A Black Partner
Gené Moreno, managing director at the Turner Group, has joined Dispensary33 as an equity partner. The company now hopes to open a new dispensary on Randolph.
Fulton Market Rush: Banned Until Now, Alderman Wants To Open Floodgates To Apartments And Condos
Ald. Walter Burnett has long said "no" to residential development. Amid the coronavirus pandemic, he's changing his mind. "These guys have been begging me for a long time."
With Alleged Killer Walking Free, 100 People Gather At Richard’s Bar To Demand Justice For Slain Barista
The grieving mother of Kenny Paterimos was denied entry to the bar where her son took his last breath as protesters called for it to be shut down.
‘Justice For Kenny’ Protest Planned Outside Richard’s Bar, Where Barista Was Stabbed To Death
The man who killed Kenny Paterimos was initially arrested by police but later released without being charged. Friends and family demand to know why.
Brother Of Slain Barista Tackled Killer After He Stabbed His Little Brother: ‘This Isn’t … Self Defense’
Kenneth Paterimos was called a gay slur and then fatally stabbed 8 times outside Richard's Bar, police said. Officials won't push for the bar to close, and his killer walks free.
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.
Plans For 16-Story West Loop Hotel And 11-Story Union Park Apartment Building Approved
The projects, which faced resistance from neighbors, will head to City Council for final approval.
West Loop Alderman’s Message To Weed Dispensary Owners: Get A Black Partner Or Don’t Come To My Ward
The 11 firms permitted to sell weed on Jan. 1 in Chicago are all owned by white men. “We don’t want to have folks be sharecroppers," Burnett said.
23 Years After Daley Put Planters On Madison, Construction Crews Remove Them
Two years ago, Ald. Walter Burnett Jr. said he was considering taking out the planters. But their removal this week surprised some neighbors.
16-Story Hotel Between Alhambra Palace And City Winery Approved By Key City Commission
In addition to the new hotel, the city's Plan Commission also approved an 11-story apartment building across the street from nearby Union Park.
20-Unit Apartment Building Proposed Across From Breakfast House In West Town
A majority of neighbors at a meeting supported the idea of filling a vacant lot at Grand Avenue and Wood Street with a apartment building with retail on the ground floor.
Passion House Coffee Bringing New Roasting Operation — And Cafe — To Sprawling Garfield Park Warehouse
The new location will allow Passion House to triple its production, but some residents wonder if they'll be able to afford the premium coffee.