Crain's Chicago Business

Fairly sizable funding contingencies still have to be resolved, but the so-called Red-Purple Bypass Project could increase rush hour capacity at a critical North Side junction by 30 percent.
Apr 18, 2014   Crain's Chicago Business
<p>Developers in Chicago are hoping to reuse an old lamp factory building by transforming it into a green merchandise mart.</p>
Nov 22, 2006   Crain's Chicago Business
<p>A record-setting amount of apartments in Chicago were converted into condominiums in 2005, and Mayor Richard Daley has formed a task force to limit the trend which is rapidly diminishing affordable housing in the city.</p>
Oct 25, 2006   Crain's Chicago Business
After over a century of being cut off from Lake Michigan, the southeast side is gearing up for the newest, largest development project in years in the sleepy, working-class neighborhood of South Chicago.
Aug 8, 2006   Crain's Chicago Business
A zoning rewrite will impose tougher restrictions on downtown parking in Chicago.
Aug 26, 2003   Crain's Chicago Business
Residence hall blends modernity, ammenities, site appropriateness at the Illinois Institute of Technology
Jul 23, 2003   Crain's Chicago Business
If affordable housing is the goal, get rid of inclusionary zoning requirements.
Oct 1, 2002   Crain's Chicago Business
Nearly 3% of Chicago's land is designated as tax-increment financing (TIF) districts. Now, four years later, has it worked?
Jul 27, 2002   Crain's Chicago Business
Chicago reveals the first draft of their plan for Chicago's core -- the city is to become the greenest city in the U.S.
Jul 3, 2002   Crain's Chicago Business
A Chicago marketing executive plans to build 80 residential "homes" in a 40-story high rise -- doggie corridors and all.
Jul 2, 2002   Crain's Chicago Business
Michael Suhadolnik fills a void by building low-cost, energy effiencient housing with New Urbanism style.
May 7, 2002   Crain's Chicago Business