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A new report quantifies the dramatic effect of the COVID-19 virus.
The lofty two-bedroom unit is zoned for both residential and commercial use.
Preservation Chicago named the Thompson Center, Union Station Power House, and others to its annual list.
"The Thompson Center has outlived its useful life in its current state," said Governor Pritzker.
The hope is to attract new businesses with the public art.
Outdated office towers, private clubs, and industrial warehouses get second chances as trendy guest rooms.
Options include a rehabbed unit in a landmark and a fully furnished Bucktown workers cottage.
The national landmark celebrates its 130th anniversary.
The Willy Wonka of coffee has arrived.
Options include unit overlooking the Harold Washington Library and a modern condo in Lakeview.
Designed in 1904, the historic building housed headquarters for Chicago & North Western Railway.
The city’s "postmodern people’s palace" should remain a public space some argue.
See properties in Edgewater, Morgan Park, West Loop, and more.
The Kimpton Gray rooms are inspired by conservatory houses.
Construction continues on "Catalog," a 300,000-square-foot addition to the tower’s base.
The 1927 Clark Adams Building is poised for a massive residential makeover.
Downtown remains a popular destination for its concentration of sites and access stunning high-rise views.
The downtown protest is part of Global Climate Strike taking place in more than 150 countries.
The digital display mimics falling rain, billowing clouds, and sunlight shining through trees.
Preservation Chicago’s annual "Chicago 7 Most Endangered" bus tour returns on Saturday.
The four-story building at 300 N. Michigan will be replaced by a 46-story hotel and residential high-rise.
The animals help the utility company manage vegetation under its power lines.
Amtrak wants to open the new dining and retail complex next year.
Manhattan’s Central Park Tower overtook Willis for highest roof in the Western Hemisphere.
The hotel and apartment tower slated for 300 N. Michigan Avenue was approved by the Chicago Plan Commission.
Experts worked hard to match the grandeur of its opening in 1889
Artist Jacob Hashimoto’s latest work transforms the skyscraper’s newly reopened Wacker Drive entrance.
The Wacker Drive project was charged with discharging waste water directly into the Chicago River.
The former Hartman Building at 30 E. Adams is also home to Miller’s Pub.
The beef between Alderman Reilly and Streetsblog’s John Greenfield may result in a bike ban or civil disobedience.
The pro athlete sold his striking, multi-level unit atop the former Montgomery Ward building for $3.2 million.
The 13-story project would contain 310 rooms and no on-site parking.
The designation from National Trust for Historic Preservation could help landmark the postmodern building.
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Make the most of the long weekend, even if summer weather hasn’t shown up in Chicago yet.
The glassy project calls for a mix of rental apartments and condominium units.
Watch "Catalog" get its 240-pane glass roof in a time-lapse video.
Landmarks Illinois identified threatened buildings in the Loop, Woodlawn, Lincoln Park, Oak Park and more.
The four events celebrate drag, stage design, circus arts, and comedy.