A Look at the Plans for the Tribune Tower Redevelopment
Apr23

A Look at the Plans for the Tribune Tower Redevelopment

In a matter of weeks, the Tribune Tower will become just another chapter in the  Chicago Tribune’s proud 171 year history, as parent company Tronc uproots Chicagoland’s paper of record from its home of nearly a century. With the Trib decamps for Prudential Plaza across the river, Los Angelino developer CIM Group can begin work turning the beloved landmark into 163 swishy condominiums for Chicagoans with thicker wallets...

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Staring Down From The Rock
Oct01

Staring Down From The Rock

Earlier this week we showed you photographs from the party that was thrown recently on the roof of the not-quite-completed skyscraper at 200 North Michigan Avenue called MiLa. The photographer was Joe Zekas of YoChicago!, and Mr. Zekas must have some crazy good photo gear because of what we were able to notice in the background of one of the pictures he sent us: It’s the old observation deck that used to awe tourists and locals...

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Spires Old and New
Aug20

Spires Old and New

The spires of three generations of Chicago skyscrapers pierce a deep blue sky. If you like this photograph, click here to order it as a poster or...

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Americans Can’t Park Here
May29

Americans Can’t Park Here

  It’s just oh-so-tempting.  There’s a block right off busy North Michigan Avenue that is chock full of wide-open primo parking spaces.  But it’s all just a tease.  Unless you’re from another country, don’t even think about parking there. We’re talking about the 100 block of East Lake Street where it dead-ends into the pedway entrance to the Aon Center (200 East Randolph Street).  To someone driving...

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