What has the Chicago Cultural Plan actually done?
Only a wealthy businessman stands in the way of the mayor’s $92 million South Loop arena and hotel plan.
A proposed state law would make transportation planning transparent and professional. Would it also produce the money Chicago mass transit needs?
The state hasn’t done much to follow up on a law requiring rich suburbs to plan for affordable housing.
Architect Doug Farr believes a green building is just one part of making a green city.
A century ago, Burnham thought cities could choose their own future. Today, do we even want to try?
Businessmen wrote the Burnham Plan, but it wasn’t the work of craven capitalists.
“We’re not going to hit the credit card again.”
You–yes, you!–can become a “Partner for Transit.” With luck, Pace and CTA may join you.