TweetEcho: January 4-10, 2010

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. Today is your last chance to fight the winter blues for freehttp://ow.ly/UO7N
  2. Hate to spread rumors, but unconfirmed word from two places is that the Marc Jacobs at Elysian Hotel could open the last week of February.
  3. More details about the new Roosevelt University skyscraper in the Loop: http://ow.ly/TNjE
  4. Pictures from around the Loop, the Near North Side, and the Gold Coast of today’s Chicago snowstorm: http://ow.ly/TMSc
  5. Crate & Barrel to close Lincoln Ave. CB2 store – Chicago Real Estate Daily http://ow.ly/TGbf
  6. Interesting article about planned theater expansions in Chicago in 2010: http://ow.ly/TEzs
  7. The Avenue Hotel in Streeterville is now the Avenue Crowne Plaza Chicago: Press release: http://ow.ly/TtAu Building info:http://ow.ly/TtB1
  8. Nordstrom Rack will fill the long-vacant former CompostUSA space on Chicago Avenue at Rush Street: http://ow.ly/Torw
  9. Could this be Chicago’s nerdiest Starbucks? http://ow.ly/SEpA
  10. Burj Dubai gets renamed Burj Khalifa Bin Zayed and has an official height of 2,717 feet: http://ow.ly/SDHB
  11. A new book gives an insider’s view about what it’s like to live in and run Chicago’s John Hancock Center: http://ow.ly/RWuN

Author: Editor

Editor founded the Chicago Architecture Blog in 2003, after a long career in journalism. He can be reached at chicagoarchitectureinfo@gmail.com.

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