A family said they chose soundproofing instead of renovations when a new runway opened at O'Hare.
"It’s going to pay homage to the firehouse,” said the developer, who is seeking a zoning change.
Retired Chicago Fire Capt. Ezra McCann was sued after the officer chased a suspect onto his property.
Officials said the blaze remains under investigation, but there are no signs of "nefarious activity."
Montrose Green will be the area's first official transit-oriented development.
But Mac users shut out of Cook County's "fraud alert system" that helps neighbors rat out squatters.
A Jefferson Park home fell into legal limbo after a foreclosure, attracting a number of squatters.
Some neighbors are concerned a wave of demolitions is causing the neighborhood to lose its character.
The home, where officials said residents were having sex in public, is one of many filled by squatters.
Many Chicagoans are now living among investor-owned rentals thanks to a nationwide bet by Wall Street.
The YouTube video shows the house moving down the block along Prairie Avenue for two days last week.
Twelve "cool old vintage units" will be rebuilt into 20 apartments, a broker said.
A multinational corporation has bought more than 1,000 Cook County homes.
The workshop will go from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. at Wright College.
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