In 1954, McKinley Morganfield bought his first house, located at 4339 S. Lake Park Avenue in Kenwood. Better known as Muddy Waters, the Father of Chicago Blues shared the south-side […]
Chicago’s first and only cultural historian goes on emeritus status, but there’s plenty of work ahead of him.
The Chicago Tribune‘s lease at 435 North Michigan ends in 2018.
The Commission on Chicago Landmarks has approved preliminary landmark status for West Burton Place, but can’t rescind a recent demolition permit.
Cubs stoop to phony scare tactic to get their Jumbotron.
Prentice preservationists aren’t giving up; they filed an amended lawsuit this week.
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.
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
Northwestern University tries to enlist alumni in battle over Prentice Hospital preservation
More Pritzker Prize-winning architects join the call to save Bertrand Goldberg’s Prentice Hospital; Commission on Landmarks gets agenda request for September 6
Lynn Becker follows up on what might have been a bad landmark precedent.
Is it OK to skin a designated city landmark, erect a parking garage, and tack the skin back on?