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Real Estate and Development

William Blair moving headquarters to new West Loop tower

Trust for Public Land announces The 606 education program

The Trust for Public Land, a key player in the development of The 606 park and pedestrian path system, on Thursday announced the creation of an educational program that will be centered around the public space.

Members of the trust selected Jean Linsner to develop educational curricula for 25 public and private schools near The 606 as part of a two-year residency as The 606 Exelon Fellow, according to a press release from the organization.

Jackson Park boosters plan $10 million visitors center

Demolition begins on old Wrigley gum factory

City commission green lights sprawling Loop, West Loop tower projects

Development and the related traffic congestion in the Loop and West Loop took center stage at Thursday’s meeting of the Chicago Plan Commission as commissioners signed off on plans for new towers in both neighborhoods.

The commission unanimously approved a proposal for a 42-story, 476-foot high mixed-used building on the intersection of Michigan Avenue and Lake Street downtown. Commissioners also approved a 170-foot tall, 167-unit residential building at the intersection of Madison and Green Streets in the West Loop.

McCaffery shrinks plan for former Children's Memorial site

Chicago-area home sales flat, but prices improving

Wicker Park group not sold on 'pretty damn big' apartment building in main hub

Helicopter tour company eyes Chicago River's South Branch

West Loop office tower fetches more than $300 million