Chicago Development News
News, maps, photo galleries, and essays detailing Chicago's development boom, including information on proposals for the West Loop, Lakeshore East, Wolf Point, River North, and other areas.
The five-story proposal replaces earlier plans for a skinny 12-story tower.
The Wells-Wentworth Connector prioritizes walking and biking over driving
Residents can catch rays under the iconic Jet and Ebony sign
Bikers are protected by a double parkway
Barozzi/Veiga is dreaming big for the Chicago museum
Plus, it shows public transit routes in its app
Crate & Barrel’s Gordon Segal helped design of the giant Reserve Roastery
The 39-story apartment proposal "missed the mark on all counts," said Alderman Brian Hopkins
The Beaux Arts building project moves forward with the redevelopment
Lightfoot’s administration is committed to a graduated real estate transfer tax
The prime Lakeview location offers unobstructed views of Lake Michigan.
The Green Living Room will have energy efficiency trainings, live performances, and a coffee bar
Developer GW Properties feels it is in a unique position to bring new commercial tenants to the neighborhood.
Alleys keep the city clean, but could they also be spaces for art studios and bike shops?
Transit-oriented development could boost the economic growth on the South Side
The units would be spread across two sites along Randolph Street.
The project would add nearly 100 units and new amenities to the CHA Edith Spurlock Apartments.
The six-story design calls for 45 units, a community mural, and 31 parking spaces.
The 1956 building features a mix of midcentury design and classic Chicago School architecture.
Zoning approval for the proposal at 301 W. Huron was one of several measures passed by the Plan Commission.
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The latest news and updates regarding the transformative riverfront project.
Ratio Architects is the designer for Humboldt Lit
High taxes, low profits and unfavorable sites could keep potential operators away.
The new vessel will eventually bring commuters to developments like Lincoln Yards and The 78.
The site is located just steps from the massive River District megadevelopment.
The 37-acre waterfront site went up for sale in February
Maurice Cox was appointed as the Commissioner of Planning and Development
The project is one of three commercial buildings North Wells Capital wants to build in the immediate area.
Amtrak wants to open the new dining and retail complex next year.
Units in the 114-year-old fromer St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church start at $580K.
Obtaining affordable housing tax credit will be clearer for developers
The proposal calls for 146 apartments, retail, and parking for 240 cars.
With a zoning change, the downtown parcel could support up to 5.3 million square feet of new development.