Trains, parks, and landmarks get festive for the winter season.
Half of the increase will go to underserved neighborhoods.
Martin Luther King Jr. gave a sermon at the neoclassical Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in 1967.
Snow this early on makes getting around the city a bit more difficult.
Struggling neighborhoods will get more attention.
An elegant skylight, dramatic atrium, and minimalist kitchen.
Surprising facts about the urban holiday celebration.
Designed in 1904, the historic building housed headquarters for Chicago & North Western Railway.
It was owned by the investor John Nuveen
There could be fewer places to vote for the 2020 election.
Lots of natural light, a fireplace, and built-in shelving
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A new book, Midwest Architecture Journeys, pays respect to the lesser-known designs in the region.
Chicago Housing Authority tenants are ruled by federal law and could face eviction
See an injured or dead bird? Ring the Chicago Bird Collision Monitors.
The project preserves a historic building and brings public open space to the Palmer Square community.
The stylish one-bedroom makes the most of its tight space
The latest design for 1212 N. State Street was influenced by a fresh approach from the Planning Department.
There will be a paved yellow brick sidewalk and Wizard of Oz mosaic mural
Take in the panoramic city views through floor-to-ceiling windows.
The city’s "postmodern people’s palace" should remain a public space some argue.
Original parquet floors, french doors, and a marble fireplace
The end of October saw low temps, record snow, and high winds.
More resources and early intervention for vulnerable students.
The proposal includes 102 heated driving range bays, dining facilities, and a riverwalk extension.
The ride-hailing company claims it violates state law.
The two-level home has high ceilings, hardwood floors, and a renovated kitchen.
The multiphase Near South Side project is zoned for 972 mixed-income units.