Pullman is one of the city’s most ethnically and economically diverse neighborhoods, and the annual Pullman house walk is a great opportunity to not only learn about the neighborhood’s historic homes and buildings, but to learn about its residents.
Whole Foods’ plan to open a distribution center in the Pullman neighborhood has hit a major milestone today as the city’s Finance Committee has approved the upscale grocery chain’s request for $7.4 million in TIF subsidies.
In addition to the many walking tours that take place during the summer months, there will be at least a couple of tours that will offer an up close look at some of the area's most important architectural works by bike.
Five development projects will be heard at this month’s City of Chicago Plan Commission meeting according to a recently-released agenda. The proposals range from Pullman to Updown and varies in size between four and 73 stories.