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Preservationists say "dreamy ideas" could restore the historic buildings.
The resale shop at 5653 N. Ashland Ave. is closing.
The street is experiencing an influx of food-based businesses and restaurants as retailers close.
Less than a year after switching concepts, Homegrown Cafe closed its doors Sunday.
Hospital officials believe the TIF district will help improve the health of patients.
Organizers said gay-friendly businesses could reap the benefits of the legalization of gay marriage.
Ald. Harry Osterman (48th) has moved to lift the liquor moritorium on the block ahead of the opening.
South Shore residents met Saturday to discuss the future of the shuttered Jeffery Plaza Dominick's.
The iconic Mag Mile bar - which hasn't operated for decades - could reopen under new ownership.
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.
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