One Chicago Square by JDL Development, set to be built at Chicago Avenue and State Street. (Photo: Chicago Department of Planning and Development)

 

A plan to replace the parking lot across the street from Holy Name Cathedral with a pair of towers, one of which would be the city’s sixth tallest building, is one step away from final approval after winning the endorsement of the City Council’s zoning committee after a tense hearing.

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