Public school teachers will strike on the issue of housing.
Chicago’s Black Caucus wanted to delay the measure.
The bike path project faces another delay.
Residents would cut budgets for development and housing
The travel magazine recognized Chicago for architecture, museums, culinary scene, and friendly people.
The Murphy Auditorium was built in 1926.
The 164-year-old estate finished a $15 million renovation in 2018.
Officials are evaluating the safety and impact.
Chicago’s Entrepreneurs of Color Fund now exceeds $9 million.
A class action lawsuit was filed against the city’s transportation department.
Angela Hurlock will chair the board.
The high cost of minor violations has sent residents into debt
The sweeping zoning measure aims to prioritize ‘victimized’ communities over the city’s downtown business district.
A new Chicago anthology from Belt Publishing
The "hyper-realistic" mockup homes will include dishes on the table and toys in the yard.
Lake Michigan’s high water is taking a heavy toll on beaches, trails, and other waterfront infrastructure.
Lightfoot’s administration is committed to a graduated real estate transfer tax
The mayor and her transition team met at Kenwood Academy on the South Side
The policy analyst and author starts in September
Plus, a city survey asks residents what budgets should increase or decrease
Alleys keep the city clean, but could they also be spaces for art studios and bike shops?
Transit-oriented development could boost the economic growth on the South Side
Governor Pritzker signed the Immigrant Tenant Protection Act
High taxes, low profits and unfavorable sites could keep potential operators away.
The work on stations in Auburn Park and Edgewater was planned years ago
The 37-acre waterfront site went up for sale in February
Midwest rats are just hardier
Obtaining affordable housing tax credit will be clearer for developers
The flat-rate rides are meant to supplement public transit
Expanding post-incarceration resources will help create stronger neighborhoods