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The Commission on Chicago Landmarks

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Lincoln Park »

Mulligan School Apartments will be one of three structures in Lincoln Park honored Tuesday.

Old Town »

There was no talk in court Thursday on fines that could top $150,000.

Old Town »

Ald. Michele Smith cited the $150,000 figure already mentioned by the Commission on Chicago Landmarks.

Old Town »

The fifth time was the charm for homeowner William Barry at the Commission on Chicago Landmarks.

Old Town »

Building owner laments "insane torture" of city regulations in what he called a misunderstanding.

Lincoln Park »

The restoration of the historic Lakeview Avenue homes has been dubbed Adler on the Park.

Old Town »

"We'll talk about the fines," said Hugh Howard, attorney for owner Joseph Younes.

Old Town »

"Oh, I love this," said the previous owner at an informational hearing with the Landmarks Commission.

Old Town »

A judge sided with Ald. Smith who charged the owner was letting it deteriorate in order to demolish it.

Old Town »

The Zoning Board of Appeals approved the 50-unit Old Town project.

Old Town »

The Landmarks Commission also nominated the Lawson YMCA for the National Register of Historic Places.

Uptown »

The Commission on Chicago Landmarks officially initiated the process last October.

Old Town »

Owners appealed at a public hearing for a demolition permit for 1639 N. North Park Ave.

The Gap »

The church said it now wants to tear down the landmark to build a gospel music museum.

Uptown »

Of the 35 property owners who returned the consent forms, 20 were in favor and 15 were not.