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Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards: Near North Quality of Life Plan + Design Guidelines wins Outstanding Community Plan

Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards: Near North Quality of Life Plan + Design Guidelines wins Outstanding Community Plan

Congratulations to all of the winners of the Chicago Neighborhood Development Awards led by LISC Chicago. We are especially proud to have worked closely with the Near North Unity Program – NNUP in facilitating the Quality of Life Plan and Design Guidelines that won Outstanding…

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Pace North Avenue Corridor Plan readies for  for roll-out!

Pace North Avenue Corridor Plan readies for for roll-out!

Working in conjunction with a team comprised of transportation planners, engineers and economic analysts, Teska urban designers are currently working on the final stage of the North Avenue Corridor Study, a project designed to improve public transit efficiency and connectivity along the busy corridor. Click here…

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Wicker Park Bucktown Master Plan Adopted!

Wicker Park Bucktown Master Plan Adopted!

As 2016 comes to a close, we are excited to share the newly approved Wicker Park Bucktown SSA #33 2016 Master Plan.  The 2016 Master Plan, which was approved by Special Service Area #33 at their Board meeting held on December 21st 2016, is an update…

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Evanston’s Gibbs Morrison Cultural Center

Evanston’s Gibbs Morrison Cultural Center

Evanston’s 5th Ward is enjoying additional neighborhood activity with the recent opening of the Gibbs Morrison Cultural Center and First Slice Pie Shop. Teska’s urban designers are working with the City to develop site and landscape improvements to the property surrounding the cultural center. A…

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Storytelling at SWOP Action Council Meeting, on point.

Storytelling at SWOP Action Council Meeting, on point.

Connect, uplift, inspire. The best way to talk about the impact we make is through stories and the Southwest Organizing Project (SWOP) Action Council Meeting on Tuesday provided just that. Over 150 folks took part in the evening event — gathering together to share stories,…

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