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The $207 million signal project will shut down portions of track between the Jefferson Park and Harlem stations.
The 31-unit project could break ground as early as next spring.
The mixed-income project is one of several proposals headed to the Chicago Plan Commission in September.
The Northwest Side Blue Line stop is getting a $25 million makeover.
More than 100 residents were at the community meeting
Big changes are in the works for the 112-year-old Northwest Side structure.
The veteran-friendly proposal has endured considerable community backlash including short-lived lawsuit.
The plan will replace a blighted parking lot on Chicago’s North West Side.
Combined, the renovations to the busy stations will cost nearly $31 million
Meanwhile many South Side homeowners are still seriously underwater on their mortgages.
The tower project will deliver 114 new residences to the northwest side neighborhood.
What was originally a 12-story tower plan has grown upwards of 16 stories.
This month’s upcoming meeting of the Chicago Plan Commission is shaping up to be an important one.
A proposed development for Jefferson Park is cleared to move ahead in its zoning approval process.
The fight over a proposed development for Jefferson Park has become one of the most contentious in the city.
The proposal has stirred up strong reactions from northwest side residents.
The long-discussed project slated for the corner of Lipps and Ainslie will now contain 114 rental units.
Once completed, the combined three mile trail extension will create an virtually uninterrupted link for cyclists and pedestrians from Chicago’s Lakefront Path to the North Shore’s Chicago Botanic Garden bike path and the Green Bay Trail.