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The Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center will get a $1.1 million renovation of its lobby and lounge while aiming for its best year of business yet as it marks its 12th anniversary in 2018.
Schaumburg Renaissance lobby, lounge to get $1.1 million renovation
The village-owned Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel and Convention Center will mark its 12th anniversary in 2018 with a $1.1 million renovation of its lobby and lounge, and a goal of achieving its most profitable year.
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Front Street Cantina, a longtime downtown Wheaton restaurant, will close in mid-February. The owners of Moveable Feast & Co. plan to open a new dining spot in the space.
St. Charles couple opening Moveable Feast in Wheaton
This is D.O.A. Room Escape in Addison. A similar escape room business is coming to 495 W. Northwest Highway in Barrington. It’ll be called Xscape in Time.
'Escape room' adventure coming to Barrington's Northwest Highway corridor
Pieces of two stone buildings built in the 1800s at Book Road and 103rd Street in Naperville will be used to make a memorial to the Clow family, one of Will County’s earliest settlers, pending city council approval of plans for a 61-house subdivision on the site. Oak Hill Builders & Developers, Inc. of Naperville received preliminary approval from the planning and zoning commission this week.
Naperville developer plans new subdivision, memorial to early Will County settler
Lindsey M. Piegza, managing director, chief economist at Stifel, Nicolaus & Company Inc., spoke to a group of more than 100 business professionals attending an economic breakfast.
Business Ledger Economist speaks at Arlington Heights business breakfast
                                                                                                                                                                                                   
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