The public comment period closed November 1, but some Chicagoans are still asking whether south and west side residents actually helped shape the plan.
As the Department of Planning and Development commissioner departs, megadevelopers lose one of their biggest cheerleaders.
A challenge to the age-old custom of aldermanic prerogative finds a champion in a luxury developer pushing a building with affordable housing.
Plans for redeveloping Atrium Village now call for segregating affordable housing into a separate, aging building
Yet another planned development with affordable units is killed on the northwest side.
A layoff you might have missed: Sam Assefa.
That’s probably an overstatement. But Mary Bordelon isn’t taking any chances.