Plans for the still-unnamed new skyscraper include 125 condominium units, 439 rental units and 200 rooms in a “five-star boutique hotel.”
City Hall said it is the first time a projection of its size and scope will be completely dedicated to art, with no branding or sponsorship credits.
The John Hancock Center will go by its address, 875 N. Michigan Ave., until a long-term naming rights deal is secured, the Chicago Tribune reported.
The show, directed by Erik Wagner, with music direction by Linda Madonia and choreography by Jessica Texidor, will run at Theater Wit this summer.
The Obama Foundation also has set high minority contract goals but resists — for now — using an independent monitor to ensure those goals are met.
The proposed Englewood High School was designed by Englewood native Renauld Mitchell, a lead architect on the project.
Plans will be unveiled Friday for a $32 million National Museum of Gospel Music 9 years after the historic church was destroyed by an accidental fire.
One of the 20 prominent women depicted said she hopes the mural will signal to young girls that “there are no limitations.”
The coffee table-style book features vintage postcards and both vintage and contemporary photos of Chicago to chronicle the city’s history.
Weaving through the graves at Graceland Cemetery on Tuesday, Albert Walavich led a tour of the grounds, where tombstones date back to the early 1800s.
Developers unveiled One Chicago Square, a proposed $740 million project that would take up most of the block across from Holy Name Cathedral.
The opening comes less than three weeks since the inauguration of a museum dedicated to the fashion pioneer in his home city of Paris.