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Amtrak has chosen a Chicago development firm to lead a more than 3 million-square-foot real estate redevelopment of Union Station and surrounding land, a project expected to take about six years to complete and cost more than $1 billion.
Just before Thanksgiving, the Chicago trading community joined together with some of the city’s leading tech and start-up firms to raise money for technology education... and battle for table tennis glory.
Chicago’s hotel boom has provided a major boost for historic preservation, breathing new life into aging downtown buildings designed by such legendary firms as D.H. Burnham & Co., Holabird & Root, Jenney & Mundie, and Rapp & Rapp.
When the Chicago Mercantile Exchange launched its electronic transaction system, its chosen name of Globex was a clear indication of how it saw the business developing.
Punch Bowl Social plans a 28,000-square-foot bowling, restaurant and bar spot in the same Fulton Market District space where a similar entertainment concept, Brooklyn Bowl, was previously planned.
Denver-based Punch Bowl Social announced on Thursday it will open a 28,000-square-foot restaurant, bar and entertainment destination in the West Loop next October.
Goodbye Brooklyn Bowl, hello Punch Bowl Social.
The last businesses on the 100 block of West Grand River Avenue were forced out in 2008 to make way for what was supposed to be a $100 million mixed-use development.