Cities’ methods of raising revenue are obsolete and inadequate, and must tax non-resident users of city services, according to Chicago’s M. Pagano in Atlantic Cities.
Downtown Chicago to get casino? Not yet . . .
Chicago buys 20 electric garbage trucks . . .
Chicago’s historic Hinde House – another visually rich & informative piece from designslinger.
Chicago’s food deserts converting to food self sufficiency with urban farming.
Smart growth a key to curbing climate change?
The next page of the Chicago Prentice cliff hanger story.
New Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago (630 N. McClurg) – 480 ft. tall, 830 parking stalls – at community presentation Nov. 19.
Chicago campus of University of Illinois to build new applied sciences building (via Curbed Chicago)
Chicago’s halted Halsted & Bradley project resumes construction as one 15 story tower on parking & retail podium (CurbedChi)