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Plans For Vacant Lakefront Hospital Property Are Finally Moving Forward

Remember Michael Reese Hospital? Remember the failed Olympic bid? Well, here's the the next chapter in that story, finally. [ more › ]
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Chicago solicits plans for Michael Reese site; big names in architecture and development compete to gain nod from city

Local Interest / United States : Cityscapes

From today's print edition By Kathy Bergen Tribune reporter Some of the city's biggest names in architecture and development are competing to help the city of Chicago draw up a development plan for the former Michael Reese Hospital ...

Wrecking crews finishing off the Michael Reese Hospital main building

Local Interest / United States : Cityscapes

Driving on South Lake Shore Drive a few minutes ago, I said my final goodbyes to the Michael Reese Hospital main building--you know, the one that Mayor Richard M. Daley and Chicago business leader Patrick Ryan promised to save when....

The Olympic Bid Committee May Think You're Stupid

Local Interest / United States : Mechanics

The city bought Michael Reese hospital and will TIF the area its in. It will use the TIF money to finance (a tiny part) of the Olympic Village. Patrick Sandusky, of the Chicago 2016 bid committee, says that that's...

As Debates Rage Over Michael Reese Hospital's Future: Here Is How It Looks Today

United States / Chicago : Chicagoist

With redevelopment plans for the former Michael Reese Hospital heating up on the near South Side, we cruised down 31st Street to take a look at the current reality for the once-mythic medical campus. [ more › ]

Emanuel borrows to make Michael Reese payments after failed Olympic bid

Local Interest / United States : Clout Street

Mayor Rahm Emanuel has borrowed more than $21 million to start paying for the former Michael Reese hospital site that was bought as part of former Mayor Richard M. Daley’s failed bid for the 2016 summer Olympics.

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