They had some more information about a proposed on/off ramp from Lake Shore Drive at 15th or 16th street. It's definitely a controversial move, but from a city planning standpoint we could see the benefit. It's not easy to get to this area via car. However, we're sure residents like that this is the case (makes it sleepier and quieter). Anyway, read the article here.
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Meanwhile, in another sign of activity in the area, former state Sen. Annazette Collins said last night that she plans to open a 1,000-square-foot liquor and wine store at 80 E. Cermak Road, at South Michigan Ave.Good news and hope the succeed!
The shop would be called Pink Olive, according to Ms. Collins, who said she’s negotiating a three-year lease with the building’s owner.
Finally, there was also an article talking about the PDNA's opposition to the idea of DePaul building a stadium in the neighborhood. Not a ton of new news here, but if you're into this story it's worth a read.