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Downtown »

The Loop hotel named after the architect will now be known as "The Alise Chicago." 

The Loop »

Revival Food Hall, opening this summer in a vintage Downtown tower, has announced more restaurants. 

Downtown »

The Zoning Committee also signed off on the former home of Chicago Public Schools as a landmark.

Uptown »

Graceland Cemetery, 4001 N. Clark St., is home to notable architects, athletes and businesspeople.

The Loop »

The Commission on Chicago Landmarks moved to preserve the former ComEd building at 125 S. Clark St.

Auburn Gresham »

Mayor Rahm Emanuel went to Englewood to offer details on his "Building on Burnham" plan.

The Loop »

The Commercial National Bank Building was also the longtime home of Commonwealth Edison.

The Loop »

The JW Marriott Chicago is offering a six-course dinner with a drawn bath, among other luxuries. 

Chinatown »

A building designed by the city's famed architect has met the wrecking ball.

Downtown »

"Jens Jensen The Living Green" will screen for free in Millenium Park next week.

The Loop »

KONKOL: World's Fair photographer Charles Dudley Arnold made photos valuable the Chicago Way.

Streeterville »

An architecture firm presented an ambitious, and unfunded, plan to Streeterville residents.

Bridgeport »

Of the century-old Bridgeport park, an organizer said: "There's history here and we want to keep it."