Hawthorn 2.0 developer seeks bigger Phase 2, with apartments, stores, restaurants at old Carson'sEven as luxury apartments and an open-air Main Street-style retail center called Hawthorn Row emerge as the initial piece of the $252 million Hawthorn 2.0 plan, approvals are being sought for a second phase that's bigger and better than first proposed, with a mixed-use development centered on the site of the former Carson's store.
Chicago City Council signs off on Bally's casino planLess than three weeks after Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot put her chips on Bally's $1.7 billion River West bid, the city council authorized Bally's to build a permanent casino at Chicago Avenue and the Chicago River and open a temporary casino at Medinah Temple in River North.
'We are the drive-in that thrived, not just survived': McHenry Outdoor Theater ready for seasonThis movie season is on track to give audiences what they have been waiting for, said Scott Dehn, the McHenry Outdoor Theater's owner.
Shopping center with old Elk Grove Bowl gets its tax boost for redevelopmentElk Grove Village trustees on Tuesday enacted a series of ordinances establishing a new tax increment financing district that includes that oldest shopping center in town and the long-standing bowling alley that closed last month.
Outback Steakhouse will relocate to former Panera Bread site near Woodfield MallSchaumburg trustees Tuesday approved construction of a new Outback Steakhouse on the northwestern outskirts of Woodfield Mall, allowing the relocation of an existing one farther west on Golf Road.
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Courtyard Chicago Glenview/Northbrook under new ownershipThe Courtyard Chicago Glenview/Northbrook in Glenview was sold, effective Tuesday, May 24, to California-based Myat Thida Myint & Associates LLC.
Schaumburg considering unprecedented residential development right by Woodfield MallResidential buildings at least seven stories high soon could be allowed in an area of Schaumburg south of Woodfield Mall and west of Streets of Woodfield where no residential buildings ever have been allowed.
Abbott reopening Michigan plant to start producing EleCareAbbott Laboratories is reopening its Sturgis, Mich., manufacturing plant on June 4 after it was shut down in February due to reports linking baby formula made at the plant to infant illnesses and deaths. The North Chicago-based company said it's prioritizing producing EleCare, an amino-acid formula designed for infants and children with severe food allergies or gastrointestinal disorders.
Woman gets 5 years in prison for stealing from Addison law firm for which she workedA Chicago woman is sentenced to five years in prison for stealing from the Addison law firm for which she worked.
Outreach Community Ministries in transition with leadership, name change, new resale storeOutreach Community Ministries is rebranding as "Outreach" as it enters a new era of leadership and plans a new Jubilee Furniture resale shop in Lombard in collaboration with Timothy Christian Schools to open this summer.