The Commission on Chicago Landmarks votes again to dump protection for Bertrand Goldberg’s Prentice Hospital.
The Commission on Chicago Landmarks plans a do-over on its vote to rescind landmark status for Prentice Hospital.
It’s a corrections bonanza at the New York Times lately.
A judge’s dismissal of the Prentice preservationists’ case leaves a window open.
A Cook County judge gives preservationists until February 15 to revise a lawsuit aimed at saving Bertrand Goldberg’s Prentice Hospital from imminent destruction
Prentice’s reprieve from destruction allows a look at NU’s tear-down rationale—and the alternatives
Preservationists sue Chicago Landmarks Commission over its Prentice Hospital vote, and win temporary protection for the building
“Future Prentice”: Could these globally-sourced ideas for reuse of Bertrand Goldberg’s doomed building change Mayor Emanuel’s mind?
Shortlived landmark Prentice Hospital gets the ax
Mayor Emanuel takes a stand in the controversy over Prentice Hospital preservation and the Commission on Chicago Landmarks announces it’ll take action in an abbreviated process this week
What do we do with a piece of complicated local art when it’s a block-square building?
Northwestern University says it’ll replace Bertrand Goldberg’s Prentice Hospital with a “world class” building
Northwestern University Professor objects to Prentice Hospital destruction, calls for “serious community discussion”
Another Northwestern University poll
Save Prentice or save lives: Northwestern’s demolition campaign stoops to conquer