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Woodlawn »

Preservation Chicago said several donors have pledged to pay to stabilize the burned church.

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.

Old Town »

It's the last remaining piece of Piper's Alley as it was known in the '60s.

Downtown »

Two preservation groups will auction off pieces of a shuttered Loop CTA stop Friday night. 

River North »

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

River North »

The Commission on Chicago Landmarks set a Thursday hearing to grant preliminary landmark status.

Uptown »

Ald. James Cappleman (46th) said the designation will help "send a message" to the park district.

The Loop »

A temple in Englewood, an Uptown synagogue and various neon signs throughout the city are on the list.

Hyde Park »

The Park District's Board of Commissioners takes up the issue at Wednesday's meeting.

Hyde Park »

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

Logan Square »

The Lutheran congregation will stay in the neighborhood whether or not a sale is made, its pastor said.

McKinley Park »

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

Belmont Cragin »

A demolition permit was issued for the James Van Natta home at 4618 W. Armitage Ave., built in 1858.

Belmont Cragin »

The house at 1648 W. Armitage Ave. was built in 1858, when the Northwest Side was Jefferson Township.