Chicago Historic Preservation
The owners aren’t interested in preserving the Perkins-Nordine House.
The Standard Club on Plymouth Court will close.
The redevelopment could be a catalyst for revitalizing the 43rd Street corridor.
The 1913 structure won’t be demolished after all.
The new designation protects 15 post-fire buildings on Chicago’s Near North Side.
From parks to museums and schools
Famous African-American churches, newspapers, and cultural sites.
The 1902 mansion has a cave-themed bar in the basement.
LEDs are replacing the orange high-pressure sodium lights.
Blackwell-Israel Samuel A.M.E. Zion Church has a notable architectural and cultural legacy.
Now the Claremont Cottages will be protected with a landmark district.
The national landmark celebrates its 130th anniversary.
Martin Luther King Jr. gave a sermon at the neoclassical Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church in 1967.
Designed in 1904, the historic building housed headquarters for Chicago & North Western Railway.
It was owned by the investor John Nuveen
The project preserves a historic building and brings public open space to the Palmer Square community.
The city’s "postmodern people’s palace" should remain a public space some argue.
Built as a single-family residence, the 19th-century structure at 16 W. Maple recently housed a restaurant.
The Commission on Chicago Landmarks reveals 2019 Excellence in Preservation Award winners.
There’s a circular dog run, winding river path, and bright units.
Amtrak could make a decision to demolish the historic riverfront structure soon.
The famous Frank Lloyd Wright building earned a Richard H. Driehaus Foundation National Preservation Award.
The temple’s hulking design can make it a tough redevelopment project
The latest proposal for St. James Methodist Church would preserve more of its sanctuary.
The project will spare the 103-year-old building from the wrecking ball.
The historic Chicago Water Tower is celebrating its 150th anniversary in 2019
The controversial addition threatened two nearby historic properties.
Chicago’s Eris Cider House and Lofts on Arthington were among nine Illinois projects to earn special recognition.
Eric Nordstrom, owner of Urban Remains, tries to find a story in the homes’ artifacts
Preservation Chicago’s annual "Chicago 7 Most Endangered" bus tour returns on Saturday.
Amtrak wants to open the new dining and retail complex next year.