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  • REGIONAL NEWS

    CHICAGO Nearly nine years into what was called a 10-year program to transform public housing, this city has completed only 30 percent of the plan’s most ambitious component—tearing down housing projects and replacing them with new neighborhoods with mixed-income populations.

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    Energy conservation is finding its way into industry and commerce across America. As more and more businesses and buildings “go green,” companies are looking for ways to reduce energy consumption and the waste produced by daily operations.

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  • MIDWEST

    CHICAGO – A joint venture between local developer Senior Lifestyle Corp. and Beloved Community, a nonprofit community development arm of St. Sabina Church here, has completed a complex for seniors with low incomes and is seeking to build more affordable units in the city for seniors.

  • MIDWEST

    CHICAGO - Nonprofit developer Lawndale Christian Development Corp. will build the Martin Luther King Jr. Apartments on a vacant two-acre site owned by the city.

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    In a quest to create a cutting-edge lounge and bar environment that would incorporate interactive components and digital art to entertain guests, entrepreneurs Jason Freiman, Peter Gogarty, and Nick Podesta combined their business and design talents to open Lumen in downtown Chicago in May 2007.

  • Spring 2008 LED Supplement

    Spring 2008 LED Supplement

  • Madonna Della Strada Chapel, Chicago

    Left unfinished when its doors opened in the late 1930s in the midst of the Great Depression with the looming threat of war, the interior of the Madonna della Strada Chapel on the Loyola University Chicago campus is now complete.

  • Art Plus Light

    Architect Renzo Piano has a way with light. It is what has kept museum directors and trustees beating a path to his offices in Paris and Genoa since the 1987 opening of The Menil Collection in Houston.