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Megadevelopments got enough spotlight this year
How a job to keep out the rain evolved into a complete rehab of one of Chicago’s great public spaces.
This could mean a lot more development across the South and West sides.
The 700-foot office tower will open next to Union Station in 2022.
The Plan Commission’s December agenda looks anything but boring.
With the software giant on board, "Salesforce Tower Chicago" is on track to break ground in early 2020.
The commuter’s tunnel will get lively installations
The immersive, 27,000-square-foot exhibit will open on Chicago’s lakefront next spring.
Will the city ever see this much snow again?
One of the worst winter storms came early this year
Save time and money—and avoid tickets—with the SpotAngels app.
Where the parade is happening and how to watch from your sofa too
Here’s the schedule for the festive tradition that starts on Black Friday
The Mag Mile structure is getting a glassy new crown
The project will transform the iconic office tower into a tourist destination
Recent reports suggest that Northern Virginia, New York, and Dallas are the top contenders.
These companies are helping Chicagoans get to the polls
‘Autonomous Illinois’ will help the state gather data to prepare for the fast-moving technology
In 1897, Chicago manufacturers were making nearly two-thirds of all bicycles nationwide
Artistic Director Yesomi Umolu discusses her curatorial teams research initiative for the 2019 edition.
The screens will be similar to those on train platforms
The skyscraper’s mirror-like exterior is coming together nicely.
The State Street Subway, now part of the Red Line, opened 75 years ago.
The Chicago Plan Commission signed-off on nine high-rise projects at this month’s meeting.
City officials found the data helpful in pinpointing where safety improvements could be made
New York City, San Francisco, and Honolulu also made the list
Street closures, race route, schedule, and more.
Thousands of Chicagoans came out to witness the project’s debut.
The 140-foot Odyssey Chicago River starts service this weekend.
The strike peaked with 26 hotels and began September 7.
The 54-story waterfront office tower is ready to go vertical.
26 downtown hotels are affected
The $500 million "Catalog" addition will transform the 1,450-foot skyscraper’s base into a retail and entertainment destination.
The reworked plan would minimize changes to the station’s historic headhouse building.
The 140-foot-long Odyssey Chicago River is available for charters starting September 25.
A meeting to discuss the new design is set for September 11.
Soak up the rest of Chicago summer
The Chicago Architecture Foundation has a new name and a new home in Chicago.