TweetEcho: July 20-26, 2009

For those of you who don’t subscribe to our Twitter feed, here are the items we tweeted in the last week or so:

  1. Check out Jeffrey Johnson’s nighttime photo of the Burnham Pavilion he posted to the Chicago Architecture photo pool:
  2. Billabong bails on Block 37/108 North State. First Midwest store will open in Chicago’s Water Tower Place:

  3. Truly sad: One of America’s last architecture bookshops is closing, Chicago’s Prairie Avenue Bookshop:

  4. Truly sad: One of America’s last architecture bookshops is closing. Thank Daley and Stroger’s Chicago sales tax:

  5. New water taxi service for River North. Commuter service M-F between Erie Park and Willis Tower/Union Station, and Michigan Ave.

  6. The Gold Coast newsstands are back. Installation pics for those of you into crane porn:

  7. Eight stories chopped off of the still unbuilt Lincoln Park 2520:

  8. Green home has no electric bill but costs $1.6 million up front:

Author: Editor

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