North Michigan Avenue’s first statement piece has been restored to glistening glory.
Lathrop Homes has long been one of CHA’s most diverse and successful properties. But today it’s a shell of its former self.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s newly renovated Emil Bach House is the only urban Wright house available for rent.
Do we need another building named for a Daley? A new City Council proposal would give us one.
What’s on the Reader‘s Agenda for Wednesday, November 20
Dusek’s borrows a few tricks from Longman & Eagle—but it’s its own thing, too.
Edo Belli’s mid-20th-century Cuneo Hospital complex is headed for destruction.
An 11th-hour effort fails to save the longtime home of Organic and Black Ensemble theater companies.
Chicago’s planning an architecture festival; they could blow up Goldberg’s Prentice Hospital for the opening.
Neighboring Sounds takes us somewhere real.
A judge’s dismissal of the Prentice preservationists’ case leaves a window open.
Prentice’s reprieve from destruction allows a look at NU’s tear-down rationale—and the alternatives
Chicago Cultural Center
Chicago Architecture Foundation River Cruise