The property would be the first Wright-designed home to be destroyed in over a decade By Jay Koziarz May 22, 2019, 2:14pm CDT Photo courtesy of Frank Lloyd Wright Building Conservancy/Landmarks Illinois A cottage designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright is on track for a date with the wrecking ball in suburban Glencoe, Illinois.
A rendering shows plans for a 72,000-square-foot speculative industrial facility that Seefried Industrial Properties wants to building at 2100 S. Wolf Road. (Courtesy of Des Plaines) Des Plaines aldermen have recommended approval of a Cook County property tax incentive for a developer that wants to build a $4.4 million speculative industrial building on Wolf Road.
New Jersey-based Somerset Development has closed on its purchase of the former AT&T campus in Hoffman Estates, enabling its planned transformation of the 150-acre site into a self-contained community of multifamily housing, businesses and entertainment venues. Representatives of the firm were not immediately available Wednesday, but village officials confirmed the closing had been completed Tuesday
Article by: Eric Peterson / Daily Herald The Galvin Center at Motorola Solutions' former headquarters in Schaumburg, home to a museum of the telecommunications giant's history and a place where many of the company's groundbreaking engineers perfected their trade, is meeting the wrecking ball. The two-story building's demolition is a significant step in Chicago-based UrbanStreet
Demolition crews work Tuesday to take apart the 33-year-old replica McDonald's restaurant at 400 Lee St. in Des Plaines. Courtesy of Citywide Printing The last reminder of where Ray Kroc opened his first franchised McDonald's in Des Plaines went into the history books Tuesday, when the 33-year-old replica restaurant building met the wrecking ball. The
A rendering shows plans for a seven-story apartment building with space for restaurants at Ellinwood and Graceland avenues in Des Plaines. Aldermen approved an exception Monday that allows the development to have fewer parking spaces than typically required under city ordinance. Courtesy of Des Plaines Chacour Koop A 212-unit apartment building with space for high-end
by firstname.lastname@example.org · January 25, 2018 by BRIAN NADIG A permit to demolish the former Archdiocese of Chicago food processing plant at 5150 N. Northwest Hwy. was issued Jan. 23, clearing the way for the first phase of the site’s redevelopment. LSC Development plans to demolish the existing structure and build a five-story, self-storage
Big changes are headed to the corner of Milwaukee Avenue and Carpenter Street A single-story commercial building in Chicago’s River West neighborhood is ready to bite the dust in order to clear room for a new 23-story mixed-use tower. A permit green-lighting demolition of the low-rise masonry structure at 734 N. Milwaukee Avenue was issued
The restaurant’s stand-alone memorabilia pavilion is the first to bite the dust. The Rock ‘n’ Roll McDonald’s days as a kitschy staple of River North are officially over. Wrecking crews began dismantling part of the property Thursday morning, just one day after a demolition permit was issued for the iconic fast food restaurant at