A new 99-unit mixed-income apartment complex proposed next to the 43rd Street CTA Green Line station in Bronzeville is among the largest of five projects set for consideration by the Chicago Plan Commission during its 10 a.m. meeting on Thursday.
Aldermen on Thursday will consider granting a $51 million, 12-year tax break for the rehabilitation of a downtown office tower alongside a handful of smaller tax credits for new industrial proposals around the city.
Work to convert a Jefferson Park firehouse into a brewery and tasting room with apartments on the top floors could finally kick into gear this year if aldermen approve the sale of the property to the developer this month.
Advocates for undocumented immigrants celebrated a string of substantive and symbolic victories Tuesday as aldermen advanced a measure to firm up protections for foreign-born residents on President Donald Trump’s last full day in office.
A long-promised proposal by Mayor Lori Lightfoot to reinforce city protections for undocumented immigrants is primed for a vote Tuesday after a fresh round of revisions that advocates say will further strengthen the measure.