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Woodlawn »

The Woodlawn restaurant and Faye's Flowers caught fire on July 15.

The Gap »

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

Englewood »

Pilgrim Baptist wants to at least save two walls of structure, still can't afford rebuild, lawyer said.

Hyde Park »

The University of Chicago plans to tear down the former offices of the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.

Portage Park »

Mike Bousis, the owner of Cermark Fresh Markets, plans to tear down the former bank near Six Corners.

Hyde Park »

Chicago, Reagan once recalled, was “a congested urban world of gas-lit sidewalks and streets."

Bronzeville »

Following Easter services, dozens held a vigil outside of the shuttered building slated for demolition.

Bronzeville »

The Chicago Archdiocese plans to tear down the church, which hasn't been open for mass in four years.

Roseland »

The initiative, started last year, aims to demolish some of the city's 16,000 vacant buildings.

Lincoln Park »

Residents' and business owners' questions were left unanswered as the site readies for a Walgreens.

Hyde Park »

Former President lived in an apartment building on 57th Street that's slated for demolition.

Ravenswood »

Demolition finally began on the abandoned site, slated to become new home of Lycee Francais.