The 1913 structure won’t be demolished after all.
Built as a single-family residence, the 19th-century structure at 16 W. Maple recently housed a restaurant.
The 1928 structure will be replaced by a vacant lot for the foreseeable future.
The Amtrak-owned garage located will permanently close on September 30.
The four-story building at 300 N. Michigan will be replaced by a 46-story hotel and residential high-rise.
The Isaacson & Stein Fish Company building now sleeps with the fishes.
The Cook County Land Bank Authority voted to redevelop the Washington Park National Bank building.
The former Clark and Barlow building at Grand and Orleans won’t be around for much longer.
The Western Avenue developments will add 131 units along the border of Bucktown and Logan Square.
The 34-unit "Superior House" project is inching closer to breaking ground.
The alderman says complaints from neighbors are primarily to blame for the the delay.
The 19th century structures might stick around after all.
The old English Tudor Revival style structure served as the long-time home the Evanston Art Center.
The developers will save the facade of the historic Village Theater building
The six-story midcentury building will be replaced by a glassy 52-story skyscraper.
Attempts by preservationists to save the building were unsuccessful
The new owners of the 1905 structure have applied for permits to tear it down.
The low-slung industrial building will give way to a pair of high-rises sporting hundreds of rental units.
Community concerns could see the design of its mixed-use replacement evolve.
The Army Corps of Engineers must weigh the plan’s "adverse effects" on the historic General Growth Building.
The former restaurant space also served as a sales center for the new development slated to rise in its place.
A replica of the brand’s first franchise store, the Chicagoland museum has been a popular tourist destination for many years.
As the neighborhood booms, its older buildings continue to become more scarce.
A demolition permit was issued this week for the two-story frame house which appeared in the classic TV series
Service at the 121-year-old station officially ended at 2:30 a.m. on Sunday morning
Though removed this week, the historic facade of the old Weyland Building will be reassembled and incorporated into a new apartment complex.
The mixed-use project would demolish the 1923 Woodruff Arcade at the southeast corner of Broadway and Sheridan.
A new development will deliver 215,000 square feet of retail space and 550 parking spots to the Clybourn Corridor.
Though quiet for years, the high-rise project for 1061-1107 W. Van Buren Street is finally looking to move forward.
Slated for redevelopment, the now-demolished equestrian facility dated back to the late 19th century.
Following a landlord-tenant dispute, the 138-unit project near the Blue Line is finally back on track and proceeding with demolition work.
Chicago’s 1st and 27th wards have seen the most zoning activity so far in 2017.
With demolition already underway, the latest low-rise plan for the site will conform to current zoning.
Developers are knocking down more buildings in these two neighborhoods than anywhere else in Chicago.
A handful of 19th century buildings in Lincoln Park and the Gold Coast are likely candidates for demolition.