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Consultants: Divide Motorola's Schaumburg campus into 20 parcels
By Eric Peterson
Nov 18, 2015 5:25 AM
Consultants pitched their makeover plan for Schaumburg's 277-acre Motorola Solutions campus to the village board Tuesday night.
Garrett Popcorn to open at Woodfield next week
By Eric Peterson
Nov 19, 2015 2:26 PM
Garrett Popcorn Shops, a popular Chicago fixture, will open its first suburban location at Schaumburg's Woodfield Mall during Thanksgiving week. The grand opening of the Woodfield shop also will see the debut of several new Garrett Popcorn flavors.
Rosemont plans TIF district at new Pearl development site
By Christopher Placek
Nov 18, 2015 4:59 PM
Rosemont plans to create its eighth tax increment financing district to fund improvements in a new mixed-use development where a hotel, restaurants and offices are planned.
West Dundee considering Spring Hill Mall TIF district
By Lauren Rohr
Nov 17, 2015 5:27 PM
West Dundee is planning to create a tax increment financing district to help facilitate the $37.8 million Spring Hill Mall renovation project. A public hearing is Jan. 18 for the proposed TIF, which excludes the mall's anchor stores and includes the JCPenney wing that is currently being demolished.
Lagestee-Mulder buys Burr Ridge office center
Nov 16, 2015 2:20 PM
An investment entity sponsored by Lagestee-Mulder recently completed the purchase of the 54,000-square-foot Burr Ridge Office Center at 16W361 South Frontage Road in Burr Ridge.
Wheaton council votes 5-2 to allow paint on old building facade
By Jessica Cilella
Nov 16, 2015 11:14 PM
An old building on Main Street in downtown Wheaton will soon have a new facade, after the city council voted 5-2 Monday to allow for the exterior bricks to be painted.
Demolition marks the end of mom-and-pop landmark in Volo
By Mick Zawislak
Nov 16, 2015 11:09 AM
The Skyline Motel overlooked Route 12 in Volo for 62 years but its demolition this past week marked the end of a familiar mom and pop business.
Mayor Schielke talks what's up in Batavia at chamber breakfast
By Susan Sarkauskas
Nov 12, 2015 4:04 PM
Batavia Mayor Jeff Schielke told businesspeople Thursday that home sales have increased, interest is being expressed in the former Avenue Chevrolet site, and other tidbits about development, at his annual address to the members of the Batavia Chamber of Commerce.
Despite sale, Mariano's plans to build in Naperville, Bloomingdale, Des Plaines
By Christopher Placek
Nov 13, 2015 6:03 AM
Despite its sale to Kroger Co., Mariano's still plans to build grocery stores in Naperville, Bloomingdale and Des Plaines, officials said Thursday. "We're not concerned about it, as long as Mariano's isn't concerned about it," said Christine Jeffries, president and CEO of the Naperville Development Partnership.
South Barrington institution Penny Road Pub for sale
By Doug T. Graham
Nov 10, 2015 3:41 PM
The Penny Road Pub, a South Barrington institution for food, drink and live music for more than 40 years, is for sale. Owner Dave Sanfilippo has no intention of closing the three-level restaurant and bar, but the restaurant's fate will be decided by whomever buys it.
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