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    • Healy Metra Station, a Few Blocks From The 606, Is Getting a $7.3M Makeover (Tribune)
    • Chicago and NYC Keep the Momentum Going for Buying Riverfront Trails (MPC)
    • Somos: Trashing Moreno's Office Was Wrong, But Shows Growing Anger Over Gentrification (Chicagoist)
    • Critics of N. Branch Plan Say Area Needs 1 Big Park, Not Several Small Ones (DNA)
    • N. Branch Zoning Changes Could Lead to High-Rises on Tribune Printing Plant Site (Crain's)
    • The 110 N. Wacker Office Tower Will Create New Riverwalk, 22K SF of Public Space (Curbed)
    • Developer Invites Neighbors to Help Clean Up South Loop "Rezkoville" Site (DNA)
    • Owner of Hyde Park's Closing DJ's Bike Doctor Shop Blames Internet Sales, Divvy (Maroon)

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