To curb predatory tactics in gentrifying neighborhoods such as Pilsen, the Chicago City Council recently enacted an ordinance imposing fines ranging from $2,000 to $10,000 on real estate developers for repeatedly contacting homeowners who do not want to sell their homes.
The architectural gateway to the western portion of the Taylor Street business strip, Pompei restaurant at 1531 W. Taylor Street with its yellow brick dome and red roof, is on the verge of changing.
On Drexel Boulevard in Bronzeville between 45th and 49th Streets, residents are pushing the 4th Ward Office of Alderman Sophia King to find a solution to limited parking.
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