A new tenant is already lined up to replace Staples in May, according to Ald. Leslie Hairston.
The plan should encourage more development on Randolph Street, a West Loop business group said.
Architect Hermann Gaul once lived in the home at 1530 N. Hoyne Ave. with his 10 children.
And the house from "The Fugitive" is up for sale.
The home at 2731 N. Hampden Court has nearly 2,900 square feet of interior space and four bedrooms.
The owner of the Black Building Trust said the Starbucks could take over the shoe shop's storefront.
One targeted landlord recently took out a $2.1 million mortgage to help renovate a commercial building.
A 5th Ward meeting Tuesday night will address neighborhood concerns about local input.
But the landlord of the building at 3226 N. Clark St. said it would ruin the character of the street.
The proposal for 1520-22 W. Huron St. needs a zoning change to move forward.
A four-story Lincoln Park home offers great views of the city, and some cinematic history.
The home at 841 W. Chalmers Place comes with 5,400 square feet of interior space.
Urban Partnership Bank has hired a Bridgeport arts group to paint murals on its former branch.
The Chicago Housing Authority was required by a federal mandate to create a new jobs website.
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