May 2007


Bob O’Neill writes that there will be a Grant Park Conservancy meeting on Tuesday, May 29, 2007 – 6:30 p.m.

The meeting will be at Daley Bicennteniel Plaza (337 E. Randolph just east of Columbus Drive) regarding the Children’s Museum Plans for relocating to this area.

He invites that you “Please come out and give us your input on the newest plans for the museum.”

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The Parkhomes development at Lakeshore East was mentioned in the Wednesday issue of the Sun-Times. The units are currently prices around 1.7 to 2.5 million dollars and each have roughly 3k to 4k sq. feet. The Sun-Times reports that construction has already started in the southeast corner corner but I don’t see much besides a fence and some grading work. It looks like there is a pile of railroad ties, I’m not sure if that is because the area used to be a railyard (?). If anyone knows please post a comment. You could probably get a good look at them from Lower Harbor Drive between NHT and the Lancaster.

From the Sun-Times - “Now coming to downtown Chicago — low-rise homes! That’s honest-to-goodness, close-to-the-ground, hear-the-birds-in-the-trees living. But of course, you will have to pay steeply for the privilege and the dominant bird might be the noisy Canada geese that are so much trouble to Grant Park.

More information can be found at — http://www.suntimes.com:80/business/roeder/396714,CST-FIN-roeder23.article.

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In this month’s Chicago City Briefing from the Economist –

  • Chicago has won out over Las Angeles for country’s bid to be host for the 2016 Olympics. The final decision will be made in 2009 among other international cities likely to include Rome and Tokyo.
  • The CTA’s construction projects this summer will delay commuters who use the Red, Brown, and Purple lines. Construction will continue through 2009.
  • Donald Walsh, assistant deputy chief paramedic, “retired” on April 30th after being accused of racial discrimination.
  • Virgin airlines has launches direct, non-stop flights between Chicago and London’s Heathrow airport. (Check out Virgin Atlantic’s amenities). Virgin originally pulled out of the Chicago market after 9/11.

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