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Developers plan 21-story apartment project off Mag Mile

April 16, 2022

The proposed building is one of many in the works downtown amid a strong apartment market. But it’s in a neighborhood that hasn’t attracted much multifamily development in recent years

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New restaurants, more, planned for Macy’s Furniture Gallery site in Oak Brook

September 21, 2020

The plan for the property is to demolish the existing building and parking areas and reconstruct freestanding structures with ground-level parking, landscaping, and utilities. The new businesses planned for the development include a Verizon store, Veterinary Emergency Group, Guidepost Montessori and, so far, the following restaurants…

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Well-known NW Side grocer, 7-Eleven gas station proposed at Harlem-Montrose in Village of Norridge

August 12, 2020

The Norridge Zoning Board of Appeals recently recommended the project to the village board. Plans call for a grocery store, a 7-Eleven gas station, a Starbucks, a dental office and a restaurant with a drive-through lane.

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Contentious Willow-Pfingsten development gets unanimous final approval

January 8, 2020

“We have an obligation to follow the code and ordinances we have,” Village President Jim Patterson said, explaining the board’s rationale. “We don’t own it. Everything is in conformity (to the zoning code and ordinances). It is 100 percent compliant. The standards are set and these (plans) all fit within our standards.”

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Developer wants to open Chick-fil-A near RiverTown Crossings

December 5, 2019

 A Chicago developer wants to open a Chick-fil-A near the RiverTown Crossings mall.

A number of approvals are still needed from Grandville city leaders.

The proposal would bring one of the popular chicken sandwich restaurants to the vacant Sears Auto Center building, located off of Wilson Avenue on the west entrance to the mall.

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Restaurants coming to Maywood Park retail project

October 10, 2019

Chicago developer Mitch Goltz has acquired nearly 16 acres on the site of the former horse track and says he’s already lined up commitments for about eight of the 10 sites in a retail project he plans there.

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Here’s A First Look At Plans For Logan Square’s Historic Hollander Building

August 21, 2019

Plans to redevelop the 107-year-old Hollander Storage & Moving site in the heart of Logan Square are moving forward.

The current proposal, illustrated in new renderings, calls for boutique offices, restaurants and retail, according to developer Mitch Goltz of GW Properties.

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Mount Prospect approves pediatric clinic on Rand Road site

Months after rejecting a fast-food restaurant on the same site, Mount Prospect trustees Tuesday approved plans to replace a pair of homes along Rand Road with a medical office building.

P.M. Pediatrics will provide urgent care to children on the property at 200 and 204 W. Rand Road, under the measure backed by the village board.

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