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The university bought the office tower and storefronts for $98 million from the developers in November.
City officials and area aldermen revealed street designs and development possibilities Thursday.
Bryn Mawr Community Church has started a petition to halt any zoning change that would allow fast food.
The expo will feature local businesses that have supported the gay community all along, organizers said.
The mom and baby shop is closing March 26, with discounts to be had on all merchandise.
A sign at 4131 N. Broadway touts the opening of "your reptile destination."
"People do the right thing," said Veg Head's owner Lynn Kardasz.
The entertainment district could use smaller venues to support its theaters, local leaders said.
The work taking place inside the shuttered beloved diner has neighbors talking.
The firm hoping to open near 24th and Halsted streets set meetings for Tuesday, Wednesday.
Owner Jared Leonard said rat droppings were found in areas away from where food is stored or prepared.
Only one former Dominick's store in the city remains unclaimed.
The 4,000-square-foot space is "a scone's throw" from the grocer's old spot.
The owner said Hyde Park has few options for those who like to buy upscale vintage clothes.
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