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Downtown Zoning Document Provides a Reminder About Your Rights in Chicago

Written By Editor on June 7, 2021 As any city grows and changes, there are tensions between public space and private property.  In Chicago, it...

West Loop High Rise Gets New Renderings

Written By Editor on June 7, 2021 With the office building going up at 609 West Randolph Street all topped off and everything, you might...

Another Downtown Skyscraper Delayed by COVID

Written By Editor on June 7, 2021 For at least the third time since a deadly disease spontaneously appeared in the United States and most...

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TL Davis Electric & Design Claremore Recognizing with the electric facilities of your house or house causes much safer house life for you and also...

Three Chicago Architects Reflect on The Thompson Center

Written By Editor on June 2, 2021 When architects get together in their buttery leather chairs and tweed jackets, sitting in front of a roaring...

Bridgeport Church Seeks Preservation, While Lincoln Park Holy Site Heads to Demolition

Written By Editor on June 1, 2021 The news about the dwindling number of Chicago holy places is mixed this week.  On Thursday (June 3,...

After a Pandemic Pause, Chicago Architecture Center Fully Reopens

Written By Editor on June 1, 2021 The start of Chicago’s summer tourist season was a far cry from the way it was back in...

Montrose Beach to Get 12 Stories of New Neighbors

Written By Editor on June 1, 2021 One of the few remaining underdeveloped spots overlooking Lincoln Park is going to become a residential high rise. ...

Deconstructionist Thompson Center A Step Closer to Being Deconstructed

Written By Editor on June 1, 2021 Chicago City Council has approved an ordinance that will help whomever buys the James R. Thompson Center to...

Kennedy Canyon Closer to Completion

Written By Editor on June 1, 2021 The long-term plan to line the Kennedy Expressway with skyscrapers like some 1990’s Japanese video game is about...

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