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A planned pedestrian bridge connecting the complex to a quiet park was scuttled after neighborhood groups criticized the feature.

Courtesy of Bally’s

Chicago casino

A planned pedestrian bridge connecting the complex to a quiet park was scuttled after neighborhood groups criticized the feature.

Courtesy of Bally’s

Chicago’s City Council approves casino zoning permit

Chicago is one step closer to having a casino and entertainment district near the heart of the city. Reset learns about the last minute changes to that permit and when residents can expect construction to begin. GUEST: Justin Laurence, government and politics reporter at Crain’s Chicago Business

A planned pedestrian bridge connecting the complex to a quiet park was scuttled after neighborhood groups criticized the feature.

Courtesy of Bally’s

   

Chicago is one step closer to having a casino and entertainment district near the heart of the city.

Reset learns about the last minute changes to that permit and when residents can expect construction to begin.

GUEST: Justin Laurence, government and politics reporter at Crain’s Chicago Business

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