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(WGN-AM)- Dozens of surgeries are being delayed or rescheduled at Northwestern Memorial Hospital this morning after what the medical center called a "ventilation outage" in the operating room area at the Feinberg Pavilion of the main hospital downtown,...
Chicago Tribune reporterAs home buyers, Nina Patel and Shari Hagedorn have strikingly different profiles. Patel, 25 and single, relocated from Boston last fall to work as a pharmacist at Northwestern Memorial Hospital. Hagedorn, 62 and a longtime Chicago suburbanite, is a...
Tribune staff reporterGlass is in. Concrete and brick are out. Modern is in. Traditional is out. Those are the guiding lights of Chicago's leading architects who are competing — informally — to design unique skyscrapers for a glitzy new neighborhood. Their entries in what...
Tribune staff reportersStreeterville residents are not a naive bunch. They moved into their condos and apartments knowing they would share their turf with hordes of tourists bound for Michigan Avenue or Navy Pier or Millennium Park. And they knew that the patchwork of...
With buyers lined up to purchase 33 of the 86 luxury condominiums to be developed as the Ritz-Carlton Residences at 664 N. Michigan Ave., construction is scheduled to start in September, Bruce Schultz, a principal at Prism Development Co., said Tuesday....
Tribune senior correspondentAs best I can tell, there currently are about 59 Americans, out of a population of more than 300 million, whose parents decided, out of the infinite universe of possible name combinations, to call us Howard Witt. Sadly, 40 others of us are dead,...
Tags: Vehicles, Republican Party, Bankruptcy, Oprah Winfrey, Death
Tribune architecture criticChicago has long been a city of cloud busting skyscrapers, but its latest push toward the sky is enough to make jaws drop, eyes pop and start alarm bells ringing. Every week, it seems, a rendering of a new tower is splashed across the front page or the...
Tags: Death, Donald Trump, Architecture, Grant Park, Aon PLC
Some day soon, the view from J.T. Stinnette's living room may include the tallest building in the nation. For now, all Stinnette sees are dollar signs. "As a property owner who stands to benefit from the increased property value, I'm for it," Stinnette,...
Tribune staff reportersIt would twist into the sky over Chicago's lakefront like an oversized birthday candle, surpassing Sears Tower and the planned Freedom Tower in New York as the nation's tallest building. It might, or might not, be built. But it already is drawing fire...
Special to The TimesBy 8:50 a.m., they temporarily had to close the women's restroom at the Chicago ArchiCenter. "There were so many people here already, they had to restock all the toilet paper," said Elaine Rosen, a retired biology teacher from the Streeterville area of...
Tags: Vehicles, Bronzeville, Architecture, Hamburgers, Louis Farrakhan
Tribune staff reportersForced to choose among five painful packages of service cuts and fare hikes, the Chicago Transit Authority board opted Wednesday for a surprise sixth plan that is certain to put the crunch on rush-hour commuters: a modified Sunday transit schedule that...
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