An action plan brainstrorms a future identity for South Shore's main corridor.
Designing for a stronger, better connected city
The Chicago Architecture Foundation’s new exhibition features 50 community-based design solutions for Chicago’s neighborhoods that transform underappreciated or underperforming spaces into rejuvenated community anchors.Explore the Online Exhibition
Reclaiming the edges of a big box landscape along the North Branch of the Chicago River.
Giving shape and meaning to an underutilized and disruptive space between two vibrant neighborhoods.
A vibrant new field house provides indoor recreation for hundreds of kids in the neighboring Dearborn Homes.
Erasing a legacy of pollution with new green space and an urban cultural destination.
Completing the connections that tie people to water and recreation on the Far South Side.
Improved traffic flow and a revamped CTA station invites new housing and infill development to a disjointed section of Logan Square.
A radical bridge design to re-integrate and energize Chicago's Central Manufacturing District.
Making the most of the urban strip mall.
Restoring the street as a resource for the people.
A dynamic public plaza, market and garden integrates with the CTA Brown Line terminus, welcoming newcomers to Albany Park.
A trail and museum brings pride of place to our region's continental divide.
A celebration of gospel music from the remnants of Adler & Sullivan's Pilgrim Baptist Church.
Reawakening Logan Square's "palace theater block" with activated alleys and interventions.
A theraputic landscape traces a West Side boulevard.