Group Releases Plans for Walkway Under Brown Line


The plan proposed by Lakeview Chamber of Commerce would transform the land owned by the CTA into a half-mile pedestrian walkway. Read more about it here.    

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Shouldn’t CEOs get behind a push to bring Amazon’s HQ to the city?


Chicago is a superb contestant for Amazon’s second HQ. Nevertheless, Chicago businesses are not eager to invite Amazon into the city. Read more about it here.

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The Hottest Neighborhood You’ve Never Heard of


The neighborhood encompassing the historic Motor Row and surrounding McCormick Place, is experiencing large developments. Read more about it here.

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WTCA August Newsletter Out Now!


Read about all the interesting things happening this month at World Trade Centers around the world! Click here to read more.

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Joe & the Juice Coming To Chicago


The Danish chain of fast-casual restaurants, Joe & the Juice, has decided to foray into Chicago and is planning on opening three locations. Read more about Joe’s expansion here.

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If Jobs Stop Bullets, Why Aren’t More Companies Stepping Up?


According to a Crain’s report, many companies believe that jobs are the solution to Chicago’s violence but few are willing to help. Click here to read more.

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Bon Appetit Names Chicago its Restaurant City of the Year


Bon Appetit magazine named Chicago its Restaurant City of the Year, an honor recognizing culinary excellence. Read more about the award here.

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City Announces Deal for Huge South Works Site


Incredible new development plans have been proposed for the South Works site, including as many as 20,000 new homes. Read more about the project here.

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The Advantage Chicago Has Over Silicon Valley


According to Inc., Chicago is expected to become one of the top cities in the U.S. for innovation. Read more about it here.

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WTCA July Newsletter Out Now!


Read about all the interesting things happening this month at World Trade Centers around the world! Click here to read more.

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