If approved, the multi-building adaptive reuse project will feature more units than previously reported.
The 66th and 67th-floor private club is getting a complete makeover.
The popular waterfront amenity was one of 13 developments to be recognized by the Urban Land Institute.
Though originally expected to open this summer, the project is making progress.
Plaques noting the former site of the Sauganash and Wigwam hotels have returned to Lake and Wacker.
After appearances at several festivals, the short is now available to view online.
The image presents a 21st century take on an American classic
The project will add full ADA accessibility and widen the 122-year-old CTA platform.
A new ground floor retail and entertainment annex at the famous tower’s base is ready to take shape,
The Windy City has toppled last year’s record of 48 tower cranes operating in a single year
The high-end home occupies the observation tower of Chicago’s old Montgomery Ward headquarters.
The best way to get downtown from the airport is taking the ‘L’ train
A lifesaver or pedestrian purgatory?
Step back into the ‘70s with this retro video from Chicago’s transit agency
The Commission on Chicago Landmarks has approved a recommendation to landmark the historic Quincy ‘L’ stop
If you’re looking for a new home along the CTA’s busiest transit line, you’re in luck
Once home to Ebony and Jet magazines, the Michigan Avenue high-rise has been tapped for 150-unit adaptive reuse project.
The popular architecture advocacy and education organization is moving to a location on the Chicago River
Service at the 121-year-old station officially ended at 2:30 a.m. on Sunday morning
The $75million Calatrava-esque project is the Loop’s first new CTA station in 20 years.
The Art Deco high-rise will no longer house the Hard Rock Hotel
The CTA’s newest mass transit hub has been under construction for more nearly three years.
A renovation permit has been issued for the 1920’s-era Insurance Center Building at the corner of Wells and Van Buren.
The landmark-compliant project will add two levels of amenity space to the downtown club when it opens next month.
Curbed readers weigh in on the monument from fascist dictator Benito Mussolini.
Some are calling for the city to remove a monument given to Chicago by fascist dictator Benito Mussolini
Affectionately known as ‘Big Red,’ the 44-story brightly colored tower will see Chicago-based Northern Trust take over both space and naming rights.
The public artwork at Daley Plaza celebrates its 50th birthday this week
The $500 million ‘reimagining’ of this iconic Chicago skyscraper is moving into high gear.
The downtown music festival runs from 11:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Thursday through Sunday.
The popular public art piece was unveiled by Mayor Richard J. Daley 50 years ago this year.
20,000 Pokémon fans from around the world descended upon Grant Park over the weekend.
The Loop’s upcoming "Calatrava-esque" elevated train stop has been under construction for more than two years.
Designed by Gensler Chicago, the 25,000 square foot Thomas Hughes Children’s Library officially opened this week.
Get up close and personal with the Windy City’s famous skyline in this new time lapse video.
The 120-year-old Quincy stop is one of the city’s oldest and best preserved ‘L’ stations.
The signage from the Chicago Loop Alliance corresponds with the ‘Year of Public Art’ citywide initiative.
The abandoned office towers at 220 S. State Street and 202 S. State Street will soon be adapted into 429 new apartment units.
The CTA rolled out two train cars dating back to 1923 to celebrate the 125th birthday of the ‘L’.