Plan to Replace Saint Dominic’s Church with Condominiums Revised

We have long, and repeatedly, lamented the demise of Saint Dominic’s Church (357 West Locust Street) in the city’s Cabrini Green...

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Six months ago, an historic South Loop home spent two days as Chicago’s media darling because it did something that few homes ever do: It...

Logan Square Still Riled Up Over Dual Towers [updated]

At the end of October of last year, we reported on the community meeting in Logan Square for a Dual Tower residential complex proposed by developer...

Infographic: The World’s Greenest Buildings

  Chicago is one of the pioneer cities when it comes to turning theories of eco-friendly buildings into city-scale reality, so there’s...

Design With Company Named 2015 Ragdale Ring Winning Team With Shaw Town

When Stewart Hicks and Allison Newmeyer began developing a concept for their Ragdale Ring entry, they found their inspiration in the person of Howard...

ICYMI: London Guarantee Building Gets a New Flag

Here’s a little piece of news that may have flown under your radar if you’re not snuggled deeply in the 800-thread-count world of the...

A Second GEMS Ready To Sparkle in Lakeshore East

Phase two of the GEMS World Academy (355 East Wacker Drive) at Lakeshore East is officially underway.  Groundbreaking ceremonies were held...

Whole Foods West Loop Opens With Greek Influenced Design Touches

The West Loop today welcomed its newest anchor store—a 42,000 square foot Whole Foods at 1 North Halsted. It’s the third of seven new Whole Foods...

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