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Ravenswood »

The Ravenswood church has been lovingly restored to its original 1884 exterior.

Grand Boulevard »

Charles Staples will be honored for helping to save the Chicago Cultural Center.

Lincoln Park »

Landmarks Illinois joined in cheering the converted schoolhouse.

Old Town »

The commission signed off on razing a "squat" Lincoln Park cottage neighbors considered an "eyesore."

Uptown »

The final vote on the designation is scheduled for Nov. 9.

Downtown »

The Commission on Chicago Landmarks qualified newer buildings for protection on "Chicago's front porch."

River North »

The only building owners to take a position remained neutral.

The Loop »

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

South Loop »

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

River North »

A commission granted Bertrand Goldberg's iconic "corncob" buildings preliminary landmark status.

Washington Park »

The developer said he's back on track after struggling for nine years to save the historic bakery.

Garfield Park »

Landmarks Illinois released its 2015 list of the most endangered historic places Wednesday.

Hyde Park »

Parks groups are anticipating copious state reviews if Obama chooses a South Side park for his library.

Streeterville »

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

McKinley Park »

The walking tour will explore the intersection of the city's architecture and industry.