The massive, historic building will welcome its first tenants.
Lake Shore Drive? How about Du Sable Drive.
Construction continues on "Catalog," a 300,000-square-foot addition to the tower’s base.
Amtrak could make a decision to demolish the historic riverfront structure soon.
Street closures, race route, schedule, and more.
The bike path project faces another delay.
State capital will help the agency make improvements.
The blaze was ignited by a construction torch, according to a Fire Department spokesperson.
The travel magazine recognized Chicago for architecture, museums, culinary scene, and friendly people.
Officials are evaluating the safety and impact.
Check out new photos of the 815-foot Bank of America Tower.
Downtown remains a popular destination for its concentration of sites and access stunning high-rise views.
You don’t have to travel far for prime leaf peeping.
A class action lawsuit was filed against the city’s transportation department.
The Amtrak-owned garage located will permanently close on September 30.
The longest disruption lasts nine days.
The downtown protest is part of Global Climate Strike taking place in more than 150 countries.
Angela Hurlock will chair the board.
The ordinance requires 85 percent of owners to approve the bulk sale of condos to developers.
The sweeping zoning measure aims to prioritize ‘victimized’ communities over the city’s downtown business district.
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Dive into architecture and design.
City leaders kick off the Chicago Architecture Biennial
The state capital bill will help the commuter rail service.
Twice a week, 27 moveable bridges on the river will raise up
Barozzi/Veiga is dreaming big for the Chicago museum
Car trips in the city could be cut by 51 percent with better micromobility options, says a new INRIX report
Wearing the pin lets other passengers know you and your baby would like a seat
Plus, it shows public transit routes in its app
The transit agency said buttons were to be made this year
The pedestrian and bike path is expected to fully open by the end of 2019
Lightfoot’s administration is committed to a graduated real estate transfer tax
The 60-story riverfront high-rise will climb no higher.
Mayor Lightfoot revealed the $838 million shortfall Thursday night
The mayor and her transition team met at Kenwood Academy on the South Side
The policy analyst and author starts in September
Expect lots of traffic before the long holiday weekend
Plus, a city survey asks residents what budgets should increase or decrease
Complex infrastructure and hidden systems are revealed in photographs from Brad Temkin
Plan ahead as the weekend slows down