Nine planned development applications are slated for review by the Chicago Plan Commission today, including a major expansion of the Lagunitas Brewery in Douglas Park, a controversial affordable housing development in Jefferson Park, and a 52-story office tower for downtown.

Two of the nine projects are likely to spark opposition: Praedium Development’s plan to build a 9-story, 197-unit residential build at the corner of Broadway and Wilson in Uptown, and Full Circle Communities’ 100-unit, mostly affordable, seven-story apartment building planned for Jefferson Park. A protest is scheduled at City Hall ahead of the meeting for the latter project.

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