August 2019 Month-in-Review Newsletter

Table of Contents


  1. THREATENED: Jackson Park’s Section 106 Comments
  2. WIN: Union Station’s Fred Harvey Restaurant Reuse Plan
  3. WIN: Promontory Apartments Preliminary Landmark Designation
  4. THREATENED: Salvation Army River West Site for Sale
  5. THREATENED: Moody Bible Institute Buildings For Sale
  6. WIN: Patio Theater Restoration Plan Advances
  7. WIN: Village Theater Historic Façade Reused
  8. LOSS: Terra Cotta Facade at 1315 W. Loyola Avenue Demolished
  9. WIN: Alderman’s Comments Regarding South Shore Nature Sanctuary Cause Outrage
  10. WIN: Hollander Storage Building Adaptive Reuse
  11. WIN: Three Humboldt Park Warehouses to Be Converted into “Creative Office Campus”
  12. THREATENED: Historic Field-Pullman-Heyworth House in South Shore Threatened
  13. WIN: Landmarked Ukrainian Village Church Converted to Residential Building
  14. THREATENED: 90-Day Demolition Delay Highlights
  15. LOSS: Spotlight on Demolition


  • VIDEO: Terra-Cotta Treasures Tell Chicago’s Neighborhood Stories on Chicago Tonight
  • VIDEO: Landmark Status in Pilsen on Chicago Tonight
  • VIDEO: Tiger Woods’ Jackson Park Project on Chicago Tonight
  • VIDEO: Have You Discovered the South Shore Nature Sanctuary? from Openlands
  • VIDEO: Crossroads of the Nation: Chicago Union Station, 1955


  • Successful Chicago 7 Most Endangered Tour
  • Successful Motor Row, Woodlawn and Roseland Tours
  • Volunteer for Open House Chicago
  • Ward Miller to Speaker at Arts and Crafts Conference
  • Ward Miller to Speaker at Chicago Build 2019
  • Upcoming Biennial Events:
  • Chicago 7 bus tour, Saturday, October 5
  • Benefits for All: Historic Preservation and Affordable Housing, Tuesday, October 29
  • Community, History, Place and Equity, Tuesday, November 12
  • 46th Annual Historic Pullman House Tour


  • Petition: Make Chicago Vocational School a Historic Landmark!
  • Petition: Halt the Demolition of One of Bronzeville’s Historic Substations


  • Woman’s Temple


  • Please Support Preservation Chicago!


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