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Developer Reveals Updated First Phase Plans For One Central Project

Landmark Development has revealed further details for the first phase of its One Central mega-development, which will cap the rail tracks in the Near South Side. Although often considered the most ambitious of the current mega-projects proposed for the city, such as The 78 and Lincoln Yards, Landmark is pushing forward with the Gensler-designed complex despite recent worries that The Chicago Bears could depart from nearby Soldier Field. The first phase will come at a cost of $3.8 billion and is being dubbed as the ‘Civic Build’ phase of the project.

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Zoning Approved for Mixed-Use Development at 1754 W Addison Street in Roscoe Village

The Committee on Zoning has approved rezoning for a new mixed-use development at 1754 W Addison Street in Roscoe Village. The project will replace a small shopping plaza and two multi-unit residential buildings on the corner of N Ravenswood Avenue and W Addison Street. Rezoning the lot from a commercial and single-family housing designation to a community shopping district will allow developer 3601 N Ravenswood LLC to proceed with their permitting process.

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Invest South/West Reveals Development Proposals For Pioneer Bank RFP In Humboldt Park

Invest South/West has revealed two new mixed-use development schemes for its RFP site at 4000 W North Avenue in Humboldt Park. The site sits on the corner of W North Avenue and N Pulaski Road and is made up of the landmarked Pioneer Trust and Saving Bank along with its .75-acre parking lot to the north. Goals for the RFP include new commercial space, rental and for-sale housing, and public spaces with the opportunity to celebrate local culture.

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Invest South/West Reveals Development Proposals For RFP In Humboldt Park

Invest South/West has revealed two new mixed-use development schemes for its RFP sites at 3601 W Chicago Avenue in Humboldt Park. The roughly 30,000-square-foot site is made up of two private lots and an alley to be vacated that are bound by N Central Park Avenue, W Chicago Avenue, and N Monticello Avenue. For this RFP, Invest South/West met with the community for months to derive four basic needs each development needs to focus on, those being; walkability, community safety, diversity of retail goods and service, and celebration of community.

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Museum Of Ice Cream Announces Location In Magnificent Mile’s Tribune Tower

The Museum of Ice Cream has announced it will open its fourth permanent location inside the re-developed Tribune Tower at 435 N Michigan Avenue on the Magnificent Mile. The Chicago location will be joining similar attractions in New York, Austin, and Singapore, the museum previously has operated long-term pop-ups in places like Miami and San Francisco drawing large crowds to its many social-media friendly displays.

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