Chicago’s latest proposal for a massive development is One Central, planned to span 34 acres on rail yards west of Soldier Field.
The Noble charter network is trying out merit pay to reward its best teachers; 20 “distinguished” teachers will get $10,000 annual bonuses.
A company on the Southwest Side plans to build Chicago three-flats in a factory. Production time: six days.
A megadevelopment is being built near Chinatown. Can the neighborhood survive? Experiences of other Chinatowns suggest it might not.
More than 1,000 people packed a City Hall corridor for a personal moment with Chicago’s new mayor and her wife.
Three African American chefs opening restaurants at a new South Side food hall say that food can help revitalize Chicago communities.
Hundreds of Chicagoans submitted their ideas for improving the city to Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot. Some are traditional. Some are unique.
Opposition and resistance are alive and well among activists who oppose two megadevelopments that have been greenlighted by the city.
Votes on two major real estate projects were pushed to Wednesday after Mayor Rahm Emanuel and Mayor-elect Lori Lightfoot urged a delay.
City Council members, many of them leaving or caught in corruption scandals, will vote on approving $1.8 billion for megadevelopments.