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Chicago Architecture Preservation

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Old Town »

The Commission on Chicago Landmarks nixed economic-hardship claims by owners of 1639 N. North Park Ave.

Lincoln Park »

One development will preserve buildings previously threatened with demolition at Halsted and Willow.

North Lawndale »

Stone Temple Missionary Baptist Church was originally a Romanian synagogue.

Old Town »

The Old Town artists' haven was protected by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks.

The Loop »

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

River North »

The only building owners to take a position remained neutral.

South Loop »

The 1887 Henry Hobson Richardson mansion is being recognized for the museum's stewardship.

Old Town »

A developer had hoped to build at 159 W. Burton Place over objections of residents and preservationists.

Streeterville »

The Wrigley Building was lauded for its rehab project, the Fornightly Club for its stewardship.

Noble Square »

The Landmarks Commission moved to protect the Polish National Alliance Building and grant a tax break.

Uptown »

The facade of the Egyptian Revival-style former Cairo Supper Club building will be protected.