Shapack Partners Unveil Two Fulton Market Mid-Rises At West Loop Community Meeting

West Loop residents got a preview of two proposed Fulton Market developments–and a chance to speak their minds–on Tuesday evening. Both...

Pix: Inside the new Loews Chicago Hotel

Ribbons were cut yesterday at the new Loews Chicago Hotel (455 North Park Drive) in Streeterville, and if you follow our Twitter and Facebook feeds...

Status Update: San Francisco Company Reviving New York Building in Downtown Chicago

The conversion of the former New York Life Insurance Building in The Loop continues apace. It is just the latest in a series of projects converting...

Z6: Chicago’s Most Unique and Still Working Swing Bridge

A relatively unknown but still active swing bridge crosses the North Branch of the Chicago River at a bend in the waterway roughly one block south of...

Streeterville Skyscraper Comes to Life as New Loews Hotel Opens

We’ve been following the development of the Loews Hotel tower (435 North Park Drive) in Streeterville since back when it was just a sketch on...

Wabash Avenue Gets a 12-Step Plan to Recovery

It’s no secret that Wabash Avenue in the Loop needs help. It is a dark, loud, imposing, and occasionally menacing streak running through the...

Status Update: Hyatt Centric in The Loop

The transformation of the fairly anonymous office building at 100 West Monroe Street into Chicago’s first Hyatt Centric hotel is progressing...

AIA Chicago’s Newest Fellow Succeeds By Thinking Green

When Nathan Kipnis was six years old, like most of his friends, he rushed home from school to watch Bozo’s Circus on WGN-TV. It probably wasn’t...

Recent Video

The Colorful World of Chicago’s Century of Progress
ICYMI: Chicago in the 1940′s
Slice of Life: Snow Graffiti
Virgin Hotel Chicago Officially a Thing
Better Than a Parking Lot, But Is This the Museum Chicago’s Looking For?
  • The Colorful World of Chicago’s Century of Progress

  • ICYMI: Chicago in the 1940′s

  • Slice of Life: Snow Graffiti

  • Virgin Hotel Chicago Officially a Thing

  • Better Than a Parking Lot, But Is This the Museum Chicago’s Looking For?