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Real Estate and Development

Walton Street gives up Renaissance hotel after $175 million default

U.S. Bank to brand LaSalle Street Tower

Ad signs in historic Logan Square area put on hold

The Chicago City Council Zoning Committee on Wednesday tabled a plan for two outdoor advertisement signs due to concerns the signs undermined the landmark status of Logan Square Boulevard.

Ald. Rey Colon, whose 35th ward includes the northwest side Logan Square neighborhood, asked the matter be deferred in hopes that applicant Visual Cast, Inc. reaches a compromise with the Commission on Chicago Landmarks.

Greektown loft office buildings sell for $14 million

Surgeons group plans new Rosemont HQ

Condo site lives again

City adds years and dollars to the Roosevelt/Racine TIF

The Chicago Community Development Commission on Tuesday added 12 years onto the lifespan of the Roosevelt/Racine tax increment financing district, home to one of the city’s most ambitious – and infamously delayed – public housing projects.

Originally designated in 1998 and set to expire in 2021, the Roosevelt/Racine TIF encompasses 212 acres of land on the city’s Near West Side.

New Cubs website urges Wrigley renovation supporters to voice support

Australian investor buys South Loop development site

Finance authority clears bonds for new rehab hospital, Chicago foster care home

The Illinois Finance Authority on Wednesday approved the issuance of a $450 million bond that will enable the Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago to build a new main hospital in the River North neighborhood.

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