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  • History remakes itself

    History remakes itself
    In Chicago, the city that wrecks, May is proving to be an uncharacteristically sweet month for anyone who revels in watching rich but dormant layers of the city's architectural past come back to life.
  • New York preservationists, officials square off over concrete boxes

    New York preservationists, officials square off over concrete boxes
    From the beginning, the hulking edifice drew furrowed brows in Goshen, a lovingly preserved town with a harness racing museum, village green and buildings harking back to the Revolutionary War. On a Main Street lined with brick colonial and Victorian...

    Chinese developer unveils plans for luxury condo tower in downtown L.A.

    Chinese developer unveils plans for luxury condo tower in downtown L.A.
    With downtown Los Angeles facing a condominium shortage, a Chinese developer has unveiled plans for a $100-million luxury high-rise residential tower near Staples Center. The building, proposed to the city Planning Commission on Thursday, would rise...

    Letter: Thanks to Wright Plus supporters

    The 41st Annual Wright Plus Housewalk on May 16 not only introduced several new homes to the Wright Plus line-up but also showcased properties in Oak Park and Riverside for the first time in the history of the Housewalk. The Frank Lloyd Wright Trust is...

    Homer Glen eyeing more golf at Woodbine

    Homer Glen eyeing more golf at Woodbine
    Homer Glen is considering a partnership to operate the former Woodbine Golf Course for the next 1½ years until the village completes its master plan for a public park there. At a special Village Board meeting Wednesday night, Mayor George Yukich said...