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            Chicago Enterprise

            Chicago Enterprise is a weekly column about urban development trends and business decisions that shape the future of our region.

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            Group provides hope, help and an insider’s edge to job seekers

            Skills for Chicagoland’s Future awaits a rush for clients, but employers are hiring now.

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            Foundations, nonprofits act swiftly to contend with the coronavirus

            An effort led by the Chicago Community Trust and the United Way of Metro Chicago has helped more than 40 organizations deliver essential services.

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            We’ll recover faster if bailout cash goes straight to workers

            The post-coronavirus economy will look different across the U.S. and in your neighborhood.

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            Coach houses, ‘granny flats’ part of Lightfoot’s housing solution

            The mayor will propose an ordinance to lift city’s 63-year-old ban on ADUs, or accessory dwelling units.

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            2-tower plan brings attention back to old Spire site

            The developer is changing tactics for a coveted tract left with a pit symbolizing the 2008 financial crash.

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            Planning effort for commercial streets starts small but thinks big

            Civic groups are leading the effort that connects private-sector experts with local chambers of commerce.

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            Housing, retail developments riding to Six Corners’ rescue

            Aldermanic OK lifts a barrier to $330 million in private investment.

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            A wave of church closings is coming to a neighborhood near you

            The Archdiocese of Chicago faces a challenge in finding buyers.

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            Plans hold promise for old Wrigley gum site in Bridgeport

            Demolition has begun as developers look for interest from Amazon and manufacturers.

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            An old bank building becomes key to Woodlawn’s revival

            Residents consider demolition of what long ago was a community anchor.

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            Are coach houses the answer to Chicago’s affordable housing problem?

            They are found all over Chicago but are frowned upon by city zoning rules. Whether that should change is a topic expected to get more discussion this year.

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            ‘Cap the Kennedy’ plan, dormant for years, still has backers

            Ald. Walter Burnett says tax increment financing money could be tapped for the open-space project.

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            Developer eager for his shot at reviving the Ramova

            With city’s help, a venue closed since 1985 would become a Bridgeport hub with music, a brewery and dining.

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            For all of downtown’s prosperity, the Central Loop still needs work

            As big banks depart, a report considers how to inject life into classic Chicago.

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            If you like old buildings, this decades-old gift keeps on giving

            The Chicago Historical Resources Survey needs a refresh, but it’s still a first stop for anybody researching a property.

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            Developer thinks big but loses way on One Central project

            Landmark Development’s Bob Dunn wants a transit hub before there are people to use it.

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            Development agency tackles poverty, factionalism in south suburbs

            With startup money from Cook County, the Southland Development Authority looks to bring new businesses to the region.

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            Bickerdike’s Aruguete has neighborly approach to affordable housing

            New projects mark a historic expansion of her nonprofit group’s mission.

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            How much is too much Chicago development?

            Bad times or good, we live with the consequences of what gets built.

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            Time and trends have been unkind to the Thompson Center

            Its problems are many. Can we save it by adding a skyscraper?

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            Bronzeville sits squarely in developers’ sights

            What happens at the former Michael Reese site will affect adjoining parcels.

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            Lightfoot opts to tame TIFs, not abolish them

            Mayoral emphasis is on sending the money to needy parts of the South and West sides.

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            Chicago’s tax rates on 上海11选5走势图s undercut the suburbs, report says

            Lower effective rates apply in areas with a richer tax base, Civic Federation report shows.

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            Alderman stands his ground over Six Corners project

            Ald. James Gardiner wants design changes, even if it invites a fight with the mayor.

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            Lincoln Yards gets a cleanup, but subsidies can still reek

            How about a funding idea that won’t draw money from local governments?

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            Chicago landlords take on risks with leases to money losers

            Uber, WeWork expansions here emphasize the rise of job instability.