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

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

Pilsen »

Pilsen parishioners plan to file complaints in Rome if the sale to a secular music school is completed.

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

Logan Square »

From the 1920s until the '60s, the stretch was lined with car dealerships, repair shops and showrooms.

Old Town »

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

Old Town »

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

Gold Coast »

The century-old home will be replaced by a new house. 

Lincoln Park »

There were hopes of moving the distinctive building at Fullerton and Lincoln avenues.

Old Town »

City inspectors ruled, "The building is fire-damaged and structurally unstable."

Noble Square »

The school's director said developers and city officials are helping finalize a deal to save the church.

West Loop »

The building at 1399 W. Lake St., formerly home to La Luce Restaurant, is set to be razed this summer.

Downtown »

The Zoning Committee also signed off on the former home of Chicago Public Schools as a landmark.

Downtown »

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

South Loop »

Besides, Helmut Jahn said, when the rich spend big money on a memorial, "they don't want to share."