Lincoln Yards Passes Zoning, Finance Is Next
Mar07

Lincoln Yards Passes Zoning, Finance Is Next

There’s an expression the kids used to use that goes, “Save the drama for your mama.” Chicago City Hall must have been full of mothers today when city council’s Zoning committee voted to approve the $6 billion Lincoln Yards project. Rendering of Lincoln Yards (Via Sterling Bay) The drama bubbled up from the minutiae of parliamentary procedure. The short version is that when 46th Ward Alderman James Cappleman...

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Another Office Tower Coming To The Kennedy Expressway
Mar06

Another Office Tower Coming To The Kennedy Expressway

It’s long been the goal of Chicago city planners to wall in I-90/94 through downtown in order to keep its noise, pollution, and bad vibes out of Chicago’s neighborhoods. We’ve seen a lot of progress toward that goal in the last decade. Now another skyscraper is going to help out. The location of 800 West Fulton Market, the former Isaacson and Stein Fish Company. (Via Apple Maps) 800 West Fulton Market is expected to...

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Related Midwest Has A New Plan For Fulton Market
Mar21

Related Midwest Has A New Plan For Fulton Market

It was back to the drawing board for real estate developer Related Midwest after it debuted its plan for a huge condo tower at 170 North Peoria Street (900 West Randolph) in the greater Fulton Market area.  Now the River North concern has a new plan for the on the west side of the street between Lake and Randolph. In the previous plan, Related teamed up with Tucker Development to put forward a a 51-story residential building.  it...

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New Project Sparks Density Worries in West Town
Aug10

New Project Sparks Density Worries in West Town

Turmoil erupted at tonight’s west loop community meeting where TARIS Real Estate introduced its new residential development for Chicago’s Restaurant Row.  The developer proposes to construct a 10 story, 22-unit condominium building at 900 West Washington Street. Both TARIS and 27th Ward Alderman Walter Burnett, came under heavy criticism from West Town constituents for permitting the construction of buildings that are “too...

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