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  • Chinese tycoon plans stake in 3rd-tallest Chicago skyscraper

    Chinese tycoon plans stake in 3rd-tallest Chicago skyscraper
    Chicago woke up Wednesday to the prospect of an 89-story skyscraper, which would be the city's third-tallest high-rise and which its Chinese developer wants to start building later this year. But it is easier to announce a supertall tower than build...
  • Developers sought for Navy Pier hotel

    Developers sought for Navy Pier hotel
    Navy Pier wants a boutique hotel on its east end and this summer will begin vetting real estate firms to build, finance and operate the proposed five-story venue, officials said Wednesday. Requests for proposals would follow shortly after narrowing...
  • Phil Vettel recommends: World Cup dining

    Phil Vettel recommends: World Cup dining
    The World Cup is under way, continuing through July 13. Because just about all the World Cup matches begin at 5 p.m. or earlier Chicago time, this is more an early-bar event than a restaurant thing. Nevertheless, a few restaurants are stepping up (and...
  • El Tapeo to debut in Oak Brook's Le Meridien hotel

    El Tapeo to debut in Oak Brook's Le Meridien hotel
    The new Le Meridien Chicago-Oakbrook Center hotel (2100 Spring Rd., Oak Brook) won't debut until next month, but when it does, it will do so with a Latin-Spanish fusion restaurant called El Tapeo, which takes its name from the phrase "vamos de tapeo"...
  • Fairmont offers picnics for guests, starting at $600

    Fairmont offers picnics for guests, starting at $600
    From the spare-no-expense category: The Fairmont Chicago (200 N. Columbus Drive) is providing a new service for guests who attend concerts at Millennium Park. Dubbed Chef in the Park and starting at $600 for two, concertgoers can have a “luxury...
  • Loews Hotels to buy Intercontinental Chicago O'Hare

    Loews Hotels to buy Intercontinental Chicago O'Hare
    Loews Hotels and Resorts has entered into an agreement to buy the Intercontinental Chicago O’Hare Hotel, the hotel chain announced Monday. The deal is expected to close in July. The hotel's name will become Loews Chicago O’Hare. New York-...
  • New book explores history of Chicago's swankiest residence

    New book explores history of Chicago's swankiest residence
    When he was just a boy, which was some time ago, Rick Fizdale would look through the front window of the car his father would drive south on the Outer Drive. Just past the North Avenue exit, that window would fill with a view of the buildings that form...
  • Rahm Super PAC could strike election gold by buying South Dakota town

    Rahm Super PAC could strike election gold by buying South Dakota town
    When I learned that a Super PAC supporting Mayor Rahm Emanuel's bid for re-election had collected nearly $1 million in a single day, I had three thoughts: 1) There are people who have a lot more disposable income than I do. 2) The "PAC" in Super PAC...
  • Trump sign could lead to needed regulations

     Trump sign could lead to needed regulations
    Some people are tired of the debate over the Trump sign. Not me. It's a healthy discussion, at least if you discount Donald Trump's personal attacks. The debate raises important questions about the presence of commercial signs along the evolving civic gem...
  • Business bankruptcies ebb, but coming wave expected

    Business bankruptcies ebb, but coming wave expected
    Twenty-five U.S. public companies with a combined $56 billion in assets had filed for Chapter 7 and Chapter 11 bankruptcies through May 26, compared with 33 with $21 billion in assets in the same period last year. Skewing the latest numbers was the...
  • Chicago to ask for temporary halt of single-room occupancy hotel conversions

    Chicago to ask for temporary halt of single-room occupancy hotel conversions
    Chicago is calling for a six-month moratorium on conversions of single-room occupancy hotels and residential hotels while it tries to figures out how to regulate the gentrification that has put thousands of very-low-income housing units at risk.   An...