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  • City working to curb drag racing on Lower Wacker
  • Whatever happened to...that riverfront lighting contest?
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  • Laughs are on the Chicago River during ‘comedy cruise’
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    Shoreline Sightseeing

    TwitterRT Thanks to the rain last night, today is a gorgeous day for a #Chicago architecture river tour on [link] [2,436 followers]

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    (Above) A race between two cars on Lower Wacker early Saturday morning, that ended with a fatal crash, started at the far right on this map and ended near the far left. (Click on image to view larger version.)

    21-Jul-15 – A fatal car wreck on Lower Wacker Drive over the weekend happened shortly after a police crackdown on drag racing had concluded for the night.

    It happened on the river-level Lower Wacker, west of State Street, at about 4:20 on Saturday morning.

    20-year-old Jose Luviano died when his 1999 BMW 328i crashed into a concrete column, reportedly while racing with 18-year-old Ivan Sanchez in his 2005 Jeep Laredo.

    On Monday, 42nd Ward Alderman Brendan Reilly told constituents he has been trying for at least two months to curb weekend drag racing that has become popular on Lower Wacker. He says he received recommendations from Chicago Department of Transportation on Friday afternoon and on the same day, approved funding for new barricades, speed bumps, and signs. Reilly says CDOT told him the changes would be installed this week.

    Eight Chicago police squads were assigned to stake out Lower Wacker and write citations for reckless driving.

    “The mission lasted from late evening Friday until 3 a.m. on Saturday,” says Reilly, “resulting in a number of citations being issued.”

    Luviano and Sanchez were driving westbound on Lower Wacker at about 50 miles per hour, both running a red light at Lower Michigan. One vehicle then swerved in front of the other, clipping its front end and sending both vehicles into the column. Luviano was taken to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

    Ivan Sanchez Sanchez (left), who lives north of the Loop on West Bryn Mawr Avenue and suffered only minor injuries, was charged with one felony count of reckless homicide, one felony count of aggravated DUI, four misdemeanor counts of DUI, and various traffic citations.

    His bail was set at $150,000 and he is due back in court on August 7.

    “It was a senseless tragedy that could have and should have been avoided,” said Reilly. “And to those who still think drag racing is a crime without consequences, I’d encourage them to again review the details of this horrific incident and understand the profound impact this drag racing tragedy is now having on the Luviano and Sanchez families.”

    Reilly is also preparing to introduce new ordinances at the City Council meeting on July 29 to make a stretch of Lower Wacker a “no cruising zone” and ban parking, standing, or stopping late at night.

    City of Chicago

    (Above) An illustration from the mayor’s office that shows what a riverfront lighting contest might produce someday. With Marina City at right, this image imagines the view looking west from about Wabash Avenue. (Click on image to view larger version.)

    11-Jul-15 – It has been nearly a year and a half since Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced an international contest to get ideas for elaborate nighttime lighting of the Chicago River.

    A request for “concept design proposals for a city-wide lighting framework” was advertised from July 7, 2014, to August 29, 2014. Entries were encouraged from artists, architects, designers, planners, and engineers.

    The city has received at least 16 proposals but no final decision has been made yet. In February 2015, the 16 proposals were narrowed down to four finalists, each of which will be paid $25,000 to submit a final design proposal. A public presentation by each finalist was considered but the city says it could not get it organized.

    “This procurement process in still underway,” says a spokesperson for the mayor’s office. “As is it an active and open procurement we cannot comment on the status, but when final decisions are reached, we will let folks know.”

    One of the finalists is BuroHappold Engineering, an international firm with an office on West Adams Street in Chicago. Matthew Herman, director of the company, did not respond to an email seeking comment.

     Previous story: City requests proposals to light up Chicago River

    Fairmont Chicago

    (Above) Fairmont Chicago in northeast corner of Loop.

    10-Jul-15 – A man from London, in Chicago on business, was robbed at gunpoint inside his hotel room last month. It was one of two armed robberies at downtown hotels that day, the other one happening in River North.

    On June 7 at 11:08 p.m., the 48-year-old man went out for dinner and drinks with colleagues, and then returned to his room on the 25th floor of the Fairmont Chicago on North Columbus Drive. A half-hour later there was a knock on his door. When he opened it, a handgun was pointed at him. A black man, 30-35 years old, about 5’9”, weighing 230 pounds, with short black hair, entered the British man’s room and, say police, “forced him to kneel down against the hotel bed.”

    The robber saw the man’s laptop computer and asked him for the password. When he refused, he was hit in the nose with the gun. He then told the robber the password.

    The robber took the computer, worth about $2,500, an Apple iPod worth about $500, and $500 in cash from the man’s wallet, which was on a counter. He ripped the telephone from the wall and ran away.

    The British man was given first aid by the Chicago Fire Department, and then taken by ambulance to Northwestern Memorial Hospital, where his injury was described as minor.

    Surveillance video shows the assailant entering the hotel not carrying anything but leaving with a computer bag.

    Just hours earlier, at 8:40 p.m. on North State Street, an armed robbery with handgun was reported at Hotel Polomar Chicago. Police say that is “an ongoing criminal investigation” and have declined to release further information.

    Trump International Hotel & Tower

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    20-Jul-15 – Four stand-up comedians from Zanies Comedy Club will see what jokes float during two 90-minute “comedy cruises” this fall.

    Shoreline Sightseeing is working with the Old Town neighborhood comedy club on two on-board shows, one in August and the other in September. A spokesperson for Shoreline was not certain if this is the first time a comedy act has performed during any sightseeing tour on the river but she was certain it’s the first time Shoreline has tried it.

    Pat McGann On Friday, August 7, starting at 8 p.m., Bill Bunker and Pat McGann (left) will perform. McGann has appeared on The Daily Show and twice on Late Night with David Letterman.

    Performing on Friday, September 18, starting at 7:30 p.m., will be Bill Gorgo and Dobie Maxwell (right), who has appeared on The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. Dobie Maxwell

    Three of the four comedians work with the Emmy-nominated television show, The Chicago Stand Up Project, a reality series that documents famous Chicagoans, not known for comedy, as they get a crash course in stand-up and perform live at Zanies.

    The comedy cruises will depart from Shoreline’s dock at Polk Bros. Park at Navy Pier. Boarding begins 15 minutes before departure. Tickets, which include both performances and one drink ticket, are $39 per person and you must be at least 21 years old. A cash bar will also be available.

     More info: Shoreline Sightseeing

    Photo by Susan Magnano

    (Above) Chef Stephen Wambach (left) and television host Ted Allen on a recent episode of Food Network’s Chopped. Photo by Susan Magnano. (Click on image to view larger version.)

    21-Jul-15 – He came so close, but the executive chef of Mag Mile’s Four Seasons Hotel lost to a Florida food truck owner on an episode of Chopped that aired recently on Food Network.

    Stephen Wambach competed against Robyn Almodovar of Palate Party Mobile Café in Hollywood, Florida, and Oscar Toro, executive sous chef at Buddakan in New York.

    The episode was taped on January 29, 2015, and aired on July 7.

    Chefs are tasked with preparing meals from baskets containing surprise ingredients. At the end of each round, one chef is eliminated – or “chopped.”

    Wambach prepared braised beef tendon balls in the first round, gnocchi with trash fish in the second, and for dessert, coffee tequila egg custard sponge cakes with chocolate and raspberries.

    Almodovar prepared beef ball and purslane wontons with mushrooms, fish fry with warm vermicelli salad, and for dessert, fried bread pudding balls with ice cream, pullman loaf, and strawberries. In addition to beating three seasoned chefs, she won $10,000.

    17-Jul-15 – The Langham, LondonHouse, and Trump International Hotel & Tower are all getting new hotel managers.

    Jermaine Anderson LondonHouse, currently being built at the London Guarantee Building at North Michigan Avenue & East Wacker Drive, has announced its first hotel manager. Jermaine Anderson (left) will manage 250 employees when the hotel opens next spring.

    “Jermaine has extensive experience in hotel openings along with a proven ability to develop first class, service-focused teams,” says George Jordan, senior vice president of operations for Oxford Hotels & Resorts, developer and co-owner of the hotel.

    A 22-story addition is being built next to the London Guarantee Building, allowing LondonHouse to offer 452 rooms. It will be part of Hilton Worldwide’s “Curio” brand when it starts taking reservations later this year. Oxford Hotels & Resorts

    Anderson, a native of Chicago, was the hotel manager when The Godfrey Hotel opened on West Huron Street in River North. He has also worked at Raffaello Hotel on East Delaware Place, one block east of Michigan Avenue.

    The new hotel manager at Trump International Hotel & Tower has moved to Chicago from Washington, D.C. Elizabeth Vita-Finzi was most recently hotel manager of the Mandarin Oriental, rated four star by Forbes Travel Guide and four diamonds by AAA.

    Elizabeth Vita-Finzi “The associates that comprise the Trump Chicago team are among the very best in the business,” says Vita-Finzi (left).

    “The precise attention to every detail, paired with unparalleled service, enables this property to serve as a memorable, world-class haven for our guests.”

    She replaces Philipp Posch, who was promoted to general manager of the Trump Vancouver hotel that will open next May in British Columbia. Posch has already moved to the Canadian province with his wife and daughter, according to a Trump spokesperson.

    And while a new manager has not yet been announced, The Langham is apparently without the manager that opened its 316-room hotel on floors 2-13 of the 52-story AMA Plaza in 2013.

    Since May, Joe Aguilera has been regional director of marketing at The Peninsula on East Superior Street in River North. He manages sales for the hotel in the Midwest United States and Canada.

    Aguilera (right) was director of sales and marketing for The Langham for about nine months before it opened. Another hotel manager had been hired but before the hotel opened, Aguilera was promoted. Joe Aguilera

    He was previously vice president of sales and marketing for Elysian Hotel Chicago, now Waldorf Astoria Chicago, and director of marketing at Four Seasons Hotel Chicago.

    The Langham did not respond to an inquiry about the hotel’s progress with replacing Aguilera.

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    Clear skies. Low 71F. Winds W at 10 to 15 mph.

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    Sunny along with a few clouds. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. High 91F. Winds W at 10 to 20 mph.

    Friday Night
    Some clouds early will give way to generally clear conditions overnight. A stray shower or thunderstorm is possible. Low 68F. Winds WNW at 10 to 20 mph.

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    July 30 – Chicago Loop Alliance will transform Couch Place alley into an urban celebration with ACTIVATE. The free pop-up event is part of an ongoing monthly series that immerses the public in a spectacle of sound, art, and performance. Guests who RSVP in advance will receive a complimentary ticket for beer at the event, with additional beverages available for purchase on site. Drink tickets are $4, good for one beer or wine, and it is cash only. 5-10 p.m., 171 North Dearborn Street. Enter on west side of State Street between Lake and Randolph. More info.

    August 1 – Performance: (In)visible. Featuring new work from Fatimah Asghar, Jasmine Barber, Britteney Kapri, Reginald Eldridge Jr., Dianna Harris, Tim Henderson, and Jamila Woods, (In)visible is the culminating reading and performance for the 2014-2015 Young Chicago Authors Teaching Artist cohort. 6 p.m., Poetry Foundation, 61 West Superior Street. Free admission.

    An Afternoon with Jon Miller. One of modern baseball’s best-known announcers, Jon Miller has been the voice of the San Francisco Giants since 1997 on KNBR. He has routinely been praised for both his encyclopedic knowledge of the game and his playful sense of humor. Noon, Museum of Broadcast Communications, 360 North State Street. Cost: $12. – 360+N+State+St

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    57th Annual Chicago Air & Water Show. –

    Near North Homes
    AverageList PriceRent
    Studio:$171,474$1,432
    1-BR:$289,072$2,074
    2-BR:$510,410$2,921
    Most Expensive Listing
    340 E RANDOLPH ST UNIT 62W
    $5.7 million
    Most Expensive Rental
    130 N GARLAND CT UNIT PH5702
    $17,500 per month
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    Downtown Chicago Crime Report

    Tue Jul 21 2015 9:00 PM
    THEFT - FROM BUILDING
    0 W DIVISION ST
    RESTAURANT
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 9:00 PM
    THEFT - FROM BUILDING
    0 W DIVISION ST
    BAR OR TAVERN
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 8:45 PM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - THEFT OF LABOR/SERVICES
    300 E WACKER DR
    TAXICAB
    ARREST

    Tue Jul 21 2015 8:30 PM
    INTERFERENCE WITH PUBLIC OFFICER - RESIST/OBSTRUCT/DISARM OFFICER
    200 S STATE ST
    SIDEWALK
    ARREST

    Tue Jul 21 2015 8:00 PM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    600 N FAIRBANKS CT
    STREET
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 21 2015 7:00 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    400 N LAKE SHORE DR
    SIDEWALK
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 21 2015 6:00 PM
    THEFT - FROM BUILDING
    600 N CLARK ST
    RESTAURANT
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 21 2015 6:00 PM
    THEFT - POCKET-PICKING
    500 N STATE ST
    CTA TRAIN
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 5:30 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    1500 N CLARK ST
    STREET
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 5:10 PM
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    0 S LA SALLE ST
    SMALL RETAIL STORE
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 4:40 PM
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    0 W HURON ST
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 4:30 PM
    BATTERY - DOMESTIC BATTERY SIMPLE
    300 E ONTARIO ST
    APARTMENT
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 4:30 PM
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    700 N CLARK ST
    SMALL RETAIL STORE
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 3:45 PM
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 3:32 PM
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 3:30 PM
    BATTERY - AGGRAVATED DOMESTIC BATTERY: OTHER DANG WEAPON
    400 E RANDOLPH ST
    RESIDENCE
    ARREST

    Tue Jul 21 2015 3:15 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    500 N STATE ST
    SMALL RETAIL STORE
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 2:30 PM
    CRIMINAL TRESPASS - TO LAND
    400 N LOWER WABASH AVE
    HOTEL/MOTEL
    ARREST

    Tue Jul 21 2015 2:30 PM
    THEFT - FROM BUILDING
    0 N LA SALLE ST
    COMMERCIAL / BUSINESS OFFICE
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 2:09 PM
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    0 E MADISON ST
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 2:00 PM
    CRIMINAL TRESPASS - TO LAND
    400 N CITY FRONT PLAZA DR
    OTHER
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 1:06 PM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - ILLEGAL USE CASH CARD
    900 N STATE ST
    BANK
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 1:00 PM
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    0 S MICHIGAN AVE
    RESTAURANT
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 21 2015 12:30 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    200 S COLUMBUS DR
    HOTEL/MOTEL
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 12:30 PM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - CREDIT CARD FRAUD
    200 W LAKE ST
    PARKING LOT/GARAGE NON.RESID.
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 12:00 PM
    CRIMINAL DAMAGE - TO PROPERTY
    100 N LA SALLE ST
    SIDEWALK
    NO ARREST

    Tue Jul 21 2015 10:38 AM
    DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - COMPUTER FRAUD
    100 N LA SALLE ST
    COMMERCIAL / BUSINESS OFFICE
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 10:24 AM
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    700 N MICHIGAN AVE
    DEPARTMENT STORE
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 9:50 AM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    0 W JACKSON BLVD
    CTA PLATFORM
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 8:25 AM
    BATTERY - SIMPLE
    100 N STATE ST
    OTHER
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 8:25 AM
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    100 N STATE ST
    OTHER
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 7:30 AM
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    0 W WACKER DR
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 7:00 AM
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    ALLEY
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 3:23 AM
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 3:05 AM
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    100 S STATE ST
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 1:00 AM
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    800 N STATE ST
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 12:50 AM
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    HOSPITAL BUILDING/GROUNDS
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    Tue Jul 21 2015 12:36 AM
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    0 W WASHINGTON ST
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    Mon Jul 20 2015 11:30 PM
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    0 E GRAND AVE
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    Mon Jul 20 2015 11:28 PM
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    Mon Jul 20 2015 10:45 PM
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    Mon Jul 20 2015 10:23 PM
    BATTERY - AGGRAVATED: OTHER DANG WEAPON
    700 N DEARBORN ST
    APARTMENT
    ARREST

    Mon Jul 20 2015 8:30 PM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    0 S WABASH AVE
    PARKING LOT/GARAGE NON.RESID.
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    Mon Jul 20 2015 8:00 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    400 E OHIO ST
    STREET
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    Mon Jul 20 2015 5:53 PM
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    0 E MONROE ST
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    Mon Jul 20 2015 5:00 PM
    THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
    200 E HURON ST
    HOSPITAL BUILDING/GROUNDS
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 20 2015 5:00 PM
    THEFT - FROM BUILDING
    0 W KINZIE ST
    COMMERCIAL / BUSINESS OFFICE
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    Mon Jul 20 2015 4:47 PM
    SEX OFFENSE - OTHER
    0 N STATE ST
    CTA TRAIN
    NO ARREST

    Mon Jul 20 2015 4:30 PM
    THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
    100 N STATE ST
    DEPARTMENT STORE
    ARREST

    Mon Jul 20 2015 4:20 PM
    THEFT - OVER $500
    200 S MICHIGAN AVE
    RESTAURANT
    NO ARREST

    Most Expensive Loop/Near North Building Permits
    $97.2 million
    201 N GARLAND CT
    • REVISION TO PERMIT 100568268 REMOVAL OF SETBACKS AT LEVEL 7 AND 8 REMOVAL OF PRIVATE TERRACES AT LEVEL 8 MODIFICATIONS TO THE GARAGE ENTRY RAMPS AND MICELLANEOUS DESIGN CHANGES PER PLANS. STRUCTURAL PEER REVIEW
    $70.0 million
    29 N WABASH AVE
    • ERECT NEW CTA STATION AT 29 N WABASH AVENUE WITH STATIONHOUSE FACILITIES AT MEZZANINE LEVEL. INSTALLATION AND/OR MODIFY EXISTING STRUCTURES CARRYING RAIL FACILITIES. INCLUDES NEW PLATFORMS STAIRS FINISHES STATION SUPPORT ROOMS COMMUNICATION SPEAKER AND SE
    $56.05 million
    11 S LA SALLE ST
    • REVISION TO PERMIT FOR STAIR MODIFICATION NEW LINIEN CHUTE PARTITION CHANGES AND B1 LAYOUT AS PER PLANS
    $52.0 million
    101 E ERIE ST
    • CONVERT EXISTING OFFICE INTO HOTEL ON FLOORS 8 THROUGH 20 WITH ADDITIONAL WORK TO BASEMENT LEVELS 1 & 2 AND ROOF TOP AMENITIES
    $20.0 million
    750 N HUDSON AVE
    • NEW CONSTRUCTION 25 STORY MIXED USE HIGH RISE CONSISTING OF RETAIL AT THE FIRST FLOOR PARKING AT BASEMENT THROUGH THE 3RD FLOOR AND DWELLING UNITS AT FLOORS 3 THROUGH 25 WITH AMENITY SPACES AT FLOORS 3 AND 4.750 NORTH HUDSON STREET- FOUNDATION ONLY
    Recent Failed Health Inspections
    MCDONALDS RESTAURANT
    233 N MICHIGAN AVE
    • LICENSE – FAIL
    Jul 2
    MERCADITO CHICAGO
    108-110 W KINZIE ST
    • CANVASS – FAIL
    Jun 18
    QUARTINO
    626 N STATE ST
    • COMPLAINT – FAIL
    May 29
    WESTIN RIVER NORTH CHGO HOTEL MAIN KITCHEN
    320 N DEARBORN ST
    • CANVASS – FAIL
    May 18
    WESTIN RIVER NORTH CHGO HOTEL CATERING
    320 N DEARBORN ST
    • CANVASS – FAIL
    May 18
    WESTIN RIVER NORTH CHGO HOTEL AMBER
    320 N DEARBORN ST
    • CANVASS – FAIL
    May 18
    FRONTERA GRILLTOPLOBAMPO
    443 - 447 N CLARK ST
    • COMPLAINT – FAIL
    May 12
    EPIC
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    • CANVASS – FAIL
    May 12
    QDOBA MEXICAN GRILL
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    May 8
    HALSTED STREET DELI
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    May 8
    DELITIME L L C
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    • CANVASS – FAIL
    May 8
    BOW TRUSS COFFEE
    406 N WELLS ST
    • CANVASS – FAIL
    May 7
    THE CHERRY CIRCLE ROOM
    12 S MICHIGAN AVE
    • LICENSE – FAIL
    May 5
    THE CHERRY CIRCLE ROOM
    12 S MICHIGAN AVE
    • LICENSE – FAIL
    May 5
    THE CHERRY CIRCLE ROOM
    12 S MICHIGAN AVE
    • LICENSE – FAIL
    May 5
    MUNICIPAL BARDINING COMPANY
    216 W OHIO ST
    • CANVASS – FAIL
    May 5
    CHICAGO ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
    12 S MICHIGAN AVE
    • LICENSE – FAIL
    May 5
    CHICAGO ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
    12 S MICHIGAN AVE
    • LICENSE – FAIL
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    CHICAGO ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
    12 S MICHIGAN AVE
    • LICENSE – FAIL
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    • LICENSE – FAIL
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