Now the rebuilding can begin at AT&T campus in Hoffman Estates
The planned transformation of the former AT&T office campus in Hoffman Estates into a self-contained community named Bell Works will soon move from the interior demolition phase to new interior construction.
Dog's Paw Brewing plans to leave Elgin for Hoffman EstatesDog's Paw Brewing, a well-known bar and restaurant in downtown Elgin, will close at the end of April with plans to reopen as an actual brewery pub in Hoffman Estates.
St. Charles leaders on Pheasant Run: 'We'd like to be a partner' in efforts 'to reinvent that space'The future of the iconic Pheasant Run Resort is uncertain after its management group announced plans last week to restructure operations and reduce its staff by more than 75%. But city officials say they believe the property offers plenty of development opportunities to revive the eastern gateway to St. Charles.
Shane's Deli to close at site of former Cock Robin in WheatonShane's Deli, a downtown Wheaton landmark in the old Cock Robin, is closing more than a year and a half after five friends took over the lunch spot and rallied to save a piece of Wheaton nostalgia.
Gurnee board bans recreational pot sales in villageGurnee village trustees voted unanimously Monday to ban recreational marijuana businesses from operating in town.
Why Algonquin trustees want some revisions to 'Colosseum' planAlgonquin is considering plans to transform 112 acres of vacant land into a walkable, mixed-use campus with various types of residences, retail space and recreational amenities.
Arlington Heights won't give liquor license to new restaurant owner who sold booze to minorArlington Heights trustees on Monday rejected a liquor license for a Korean fried chicken restaurant after its new owner recently got fined for selling alcohol to a minor at another restaurant and failed to disclose that information on his application.
More men are changing careers to be nursesSuburban colleges and residents are capitalizing on a growing trend of men entering the nursing profession. As demand for nurses rises with an aging population, area paramedics and guys unsatisfied with their first career are changing professions. And nursing colleges are marketing to them.
Powell meets Trump, Mnuchin to discuss economy in rare sit-downFederal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell met with President Donald Trump and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin Monday to discuss the economy, marking a second face-to-face sit-down this year amid relentless White House criticism of the U.S. central bank.
Naperville seeking 'Dementia Friendly' statusA new group in Naperville is seeking ways to support people with dementia and working to have the city designated as a Dementia Friendly community.
Feder: Entercom sets sights on new Chicago bossNothing is official yet, but look for Rachel Williamson, a New York-based media and marketing executive, to succeed Jimmy de Castro as senior vice president and market manager of Entercom Chicago, Robert Feder writes.
Business Ledger | Revere Electric Supply celebrates 100 years of serviceIn 1893, the World's Fair introduced AC power and the country started consuming electrical goods. In 1919, Fred R.Eiseman Sr., a sales manager at Electric Appliance Company, decided that he had the expertise, relationships, integrity, and perseverance needed to build his own electrical distribution company and Revere Electric Supply Company was established.
Making the most of wellness programs: Five ways to help people take advantage of well-being programsAs people seek to improve their health habits, here are some tips to help consumers become healthier and make the most of their well-being programs.
Communities embrace potential of opportunity zonesFollowing the release of the second tranche of federal Opportunity Zone regulations by the Treasury Department in April 2019, investors and community stakeholders were emboldened by the clarity provided by those regulations to further explore ways in which the tax incentive can spur economic development in the communities that truly need it.
Suburban Business News
from the staffs of the Daily Herald and the Business Ledger
- Hoffman EstatesNow the rebuilding can begin at AT&T campus in Hoffman Estates
- ElginDog's Paw Brewing plans to leave Elgin for Hoffman Estates
- St. CharlesSt. Charles leaders on Pheasant Run: 'We'd like to be a partner' in efforts 'to reinvent that space'
- WheatonShane's Deli to close at site of former Cock Robin in Wheaton
- St. CharlesSt. Charles considers liquor license for Charlestowne 18 movie theater
- GurneeGurnee board bans recreational pot sales in village
- AlgonquinWhy Algonquin trustees want some revisions to 'Colosseum' plan
- BusinessArlington Heights won't give liquor license to new restaurant owner who sold booze to minor
- AddisonMore men are changing careers to be nurses
- NapervilleNaperville seeking 'Dementia Friendly' status
- BusinessMiller Formless names new president
- ItascaKnowles expands partnership with GN Store Nord
- WaucondaWauconda firm's employee earns 'Best Installer' honor
- LibertyvilleDry cleaning was Robert Zengeler's life
- Buffalo GroveFormer manager breathes new life into Pastabilities in Buffalo Grove