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17-May-16 – (Above) The riverfront south of Pioneer Court is closed for construction of an Apple retail store. Zeller Realty Group, owner of the Magnificent Mile property, closed the area on May 9.

The curved concrete stairs, seen here on Sunday, will be replaced with new stairs that lead from a 14-foot-high glass enclosed entrance on the plaza of 401 North Michigan Avenue down to a 20,000 square foot concourse along the Chicago River, an area that is currently a vacant food court. The 91-foot-long x 71-foot-wide Apple store will have walls that rise 42 feet above an expanded walkway along the north bank. The roof will be 20 feet above Pioneer Court. It is the vision of Foster + Partners, an architectural and design firm based in London.

Access to 401 North Michigan Avenue, the office tower in distance at right, is not affected, only access from Michigan Avenue down to the river. Shoreline Sightseeing will continue to dock east of this area. Bicycle parking was relocated to the east side of 401 North Michigan Avenue.

(Below) Imagined view of the new Apple store. (Click on images to view larger versions.)

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 Previous story: Apple store design peeled to fit riverfront

Photo by Shara Tibken

22-May-16 – These images of the Apple retail store that opened in San Francisco’s Union Square on Saturday are perhaps a hint of what the Apple store along the Chicago River will look like in real life. The windows are sliding glass doors, as tall as 42 feet. Josh Miller of the consumer technology website CNET says, “They make visitors feel like they’re out in San Francisco’s mild climate instead of inside a retail store.”

The building was designed by Foster + Partners, the same London-based architectural firm that designed the Apple store being constructed on the east side of Michigan Avenue. Photos by Shara Tibken. (Click on images to view larger versions.)

Photo by Shara Tibken

 Previous story: Riverfront closed for Apple construction

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(Above) Brendan Reilly speaks to Streeterville residents at a neighborhood meeting on May 4 at Loews Hotel. Photo by Patrick Butler. (Click on image to view larger version.)

11-May-16 – His hands are full, managing the Central Business District, and 42nd Ward Alderman Brendan Reilly says he’s not planning on running for mayor. At least not now.

“I’ve heard that rumor, too,” he said at a meeting last week of Streeterville Organization of Active Residents. “It’s not something I’m pushing around. I love my job, representing downtown Chicago. I could consider running for higher office down the road but right now I’m content where I’m at.”

Reilly fielded a variety of questions at the May 4 meeting.

Asked about a growing number of homeless that live on the lower levels of Michigan Avenue, Illinois Street, and Grand Avenue, Reilly noted many of them suffer from mental illness, substance abuse, or both. There are housing programs that can help, and Reilly says Chicago police officers offer them, but “if you’re addicted, you can’t get in the front door.”

Brendan Reilly “We’ve had a broken policy for a long time and these folks have suffered for it,” says Reilly (left).

Reilly reminded residents that while homelessness is not a crime, aggressive panhandling is. “If you see aggressive panhandling, don’t email me. Call 911. I promise you you’re not pulling an officer away from a bank robbery.”

Put citizens in charge of police review, build hotel on Navy Pier

In tight economic times, Reilly says he wrestles with making sure Chicago Police Department spends its money wisely.

“I think it’s wrong to be spending $120 million a year on police overtime instead of hiring additional officers and training them,” he said. “We need to keep breathing new life into large organizations like the police department.”

Reilly says it’s time to replace the Independent Police Review Authority, which investigates allegations of police misconduct, with a new citizen review committee. People on the committee would have backgrounds in law and community organizations.

The alderman says he supports plans to build a seven-story hotel on Navy Pier. The hotel, he says, is “within the skin of the existing structure.” The hotel will not obstruct any views and, with only 200 rooms, is “not a mega hotel.”

Patrick Butler assisted with this story.

 Related story: Hotel planned for Navy Pier

11-May-16 – A man was caught burglarizing a business in River North on Monday.

Chicago Police Department 39-year-old Bernard Carter (left) was found by police SWAT personnel and a K-9 unit on the second floor of a store in the 300 block of West Grand Avenue.

Responding to a burglar alarm at about 12:13 a.m. on Monday, police observed damage to the front door and a garbage bag that contained merchandise from the store.

Carter lives in the 1400 block of South Canal Street, near the Metra Rail Yard south of Roosevelt Road. He was charged with felony burglary and will be in bond court on Wednesday.

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22-May-16 – (Above) Still headed toward Chicago, the Draken Harald Hårfagre, the largest Viking ship built in modern times, has arrived in Qaqortoq (formerly known as Julianehåb) in southern Greenland. It is on its way to the Tall Ships Festival, scheduled for July 27-31 at Navy Pier.

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Draken Harald Harfagre

The next stop is Canada for the multi-national crew of 32 men and women, who left Norway on April 26,

(Photos obtained from Draken Harald Hårfagre. Click on images to view larger versions.)

 Previous story: Viking ship on journey to Chicago will be greeted by stewards of Chicago’s own Viking ship

Museum of Broadcast Communications 22-May-16 – (Left) Broadcast legend Carol Burnett visits River North’s Museum of Broadcast Communications last Wednesday. She is seen here with a hat that is on display at the museum.

It was the hat Burnett wore as part of her “scrub woman” character on her long-running television show.

Burnett, now 83 years old, was in Chicago to perform her one-woman show at Chicago Theatre. Photo obtained from Museum of Broadcast Communications. (Click on image to view larger version.)

Photo by Timmy Samuel

27-May-16 – (Above) Cécilia Rodhe (left), who is the mother of Chicago Bulls player Joakim Noah, and Joyce Heneberry at the Hope in Action Gala on May 14. 230 people attended the gala at JW Marriott in the Loop and raised $215,000 for One Hope United to help children and families.

Rodhe is a sculptor and a former model. She was Miss Sweden 1978 and fourth runner-up for Miss Universe 1978.

Photo by Timmy Samuel. (Click on image to view larger version.)

Photo by Steven Dahlman 22-May-16 – The “Go Do Good” mural on the north side of the Stevens Building on State Street has been painted over with blues musician Muddy Waters.

The new, 100-foot-tall mural was designed by Brazilian artist Eduardo Kobra. It is part of an art project by Columbia College Chicago but Stevens Building pays for the paint and the rigging (seen at upper left in above photo) for the painters.

The Go Do Good mural, designed by artist Kay Rosen, part of a Chicago Loop Alliance project, and still partially visible in this image from May 15, had been on the Stevens Building since 2011. Photo by Steven Dahlman

(Click on images to view larger versions.)

Mr. T and Nik Wallenda 22-May-16 – (Left) Two awesome guys with Chicago connections, helping Marriott International sell its Fairfield Inn & Suites brand.

Nik Wallenda (right), who high-wire walked across the Chicago River on November 2, 2014, did a high-wire walk over The Flatiron Building, the 22-story triangle-shaped building in New York, on May 17 to promote the hotel.

Chicago native Lawrence Tureaud (aka Mr. T) is currently starring as “Mr. Guaran-T” in a new series of commercials for Fairfield. They met up at a television event in New York.

“What an inspirational individual,” Wallenda says of Mr. T. “He was the same man in the green room as he was in front of the crowd.”

(Photo obtained from Nik Wallenda. Click on image to view larger version.)

Friends of the Chicago River

(Above) Volunteers in Skokie, Illinois, clean along the north branch of the Chicago River on May 14.

19-May-16 – More than 2,500 friends of the Chicago River pitched in last Saturday to help clean riverbanks from Lake Forest to Lake Calumet. It was the 24th annual Chicago River Day.

The volunteers, at 63 locations along the 156-mile-long river system, removed litter and invasive vegetation, sorted out recyclables, and planted native plants.

Margaret Frisbie “24 years and more than 55,000 River Day volunteers later, the Chicago River is no longer a forgotten alleyway,” says Margaret Frisbie (left), executive director of Friends of the Chicago River, the nonprofit organization that organizes the annual event.

“We are witnessing a renaissance all along the river. It flows from Chicago’s northern suburbs through the heart of downtown and south past historic Bubbly Creek, connecting communities. It serves as important open spaces to landlocked neighborhoods, provides access to recreation and exercise, and acts as a critical wildlife corridor for fish, birds, and mammals. We are thrilled with the progress and grateful to the many people and partners who helped make it happen.”

Before the event, Friends of the Chicago River estimated that more than 25 tons of garbage and debris would be cleared from riverbanks and harmful, invasive plants filling hundreds of bags would be removed.

May 14 was also the first day of the season for McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum, opening for its tenth year.

 Website: Friends of the Chicago River

Sony Pictures Television

25-May-16 – Chicago landmarks will help contestants solve word puzzles on the long-running television show Wheel of Fortune.

The game show is currently filming in Chicago – most likely pre-production filming of video clues that will be inserted into the show. Hosts Pat Sajak and Vanna White are in Chicago for the filming.

19 filming permits have been issued for the show by Chicago Department of Transportation since May 19.

Locations include Buckingham Fountain, Cloud Gate, Lincoln Park Zoo, Shedd Aquarium, and Wrigley Building. Filming has also taken place on East Madison street in the Loop and East Hubbard Street in River North.

Wheel of Fortune has been on television since 1975. It is syndicated and seen by about nine million people every day.

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Monday
Sun and clouds mixed with a slight chance of thunderstorms during the afternoon. High 81F. Winds light and variable. Chance of rain 30%.

Monday Night
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May 27-30
Lane Tech Century Foundation Memorial Day Carnival, a charity festival to celebrate 108 years of excellence at Lane Tech College Prep High School and raise money to restore Lane Tech’s campus. Windy City Amusements rides for teens, tweens, and kids. Games and food on Lane Tech’s parking lot at Western & Cornelia Avenues.

Friday, May 27, 4-10 p.m. Saturday, May 28, noon to 10 p.m. Sunday, May 29, noon to 10 p.m. Monday, May 30, noon to 8 p.m.

Parking $5. Lane Tech College Prep High School, 2501 West Addison Street. Map. More info.
Today
MB Bike the Drive. Join thousands of Chicagoans for the city’s annual bicycle ride on a car-free Lake Shore Drive, benefiting Active Transportation Alliance. 5:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Starts at Columbus Drive & Jackson Boulevard. More info.

Today
Free day at McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum. A gift from Chicago Loop Bridges, in celebration of anniversaries this year of three bridges over the Chicago River. Bridges at West Jackson Boulevard and West Lake Street both turn 100 years old this year. West Van Buren Street is 60 years old. There will be a special display about these bridges and free souvenir magnets for the first 300 visitors. Jim Phillips of Chicago Loop Bridges will be available to answer questions. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., McCormick Bridgehouse & Chicago River Museum, on the Chicago Riverwalk in the southwest bridgehouse of the bridge at Michigan Avenue. Map. More info.

Today
Celebrate the sixth and final season of the beloved period drama Downton Abbey, at Chicago’s Own American Palace, The Richard H. Driehaus Museum. On view through May 29, Dressing Downton: Changing Fashion for Changing Times features more than 35 costumes from the popular British television series. The award-winning costumes are produced by renowned London costume house Cosprop Ltd. Many use original fabrics and embellishments from the early 20th century, while others are re-created from old photographs, paintings, patterns, and magazine pictures. The Richard H. Driehaus Museum, 40 East Erie Street. Advance purchase of tickets is required. Map. More info.

Today
Mahler’s Resurrection Symphony performed by Northwestern University Bienen School of Music. 6:30-7:45 p.m., Jay Pritzker Pavilion, Millennium Park, 201 East Randolph Street. Admission is free. Map. More info.
Downtown Chicago Crime Report

Thu May 19 2016 10:32 PM
BATTERY - SIMPLE
400 N CLARK ST
STREET
ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 10:06 PM
BATTERY - SIMPLE
0 E ADAMS ST
RESTAURANT
ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 7:40 PM
BATTERY - SIMPLE
600 N MICHIGAN AVE
DEPARTMENT STORE
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 7:25 PM
THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
100 N STATE ST
DEPARTMENT STORE
ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 7:00 PM
THEFT - POCKET-PICKING
500 N STATE ST
CTA TRAIN
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 6:50 PM
THEFT - FROM BUILDING
400 N WELLS ST
BAR OR TAVERN
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 6:20 PM
DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - CREDIT CARD FRAUD
500 N STATE ST
CTA TRAIN
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 6:00 PM
ASSAULT - SIMPLE
700 N MICHIGAN AVE
SMALL RETAIL STORE
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 5:45 PM
BATTERY - SIMPLE
0 E JACKSON BLVD
SIDEWALK
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 5:39 PM
THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
0 E OAK ST
SMALL RETAIL STORE
ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 5:24 PM
THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
800 N MICHIGAN AVE
DEPARTMENT STORE
ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 4:50 PM
THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
0 N STATE ST
DEPARTMENT STORE
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 4:00 PM
CRIM SEXUAL ASSAULT - NON-AGGRAVATED
100 E OAK ST
ALLEY
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 2:45 PM
ASSAULT - SIMPLE
100 N CANAL ST
OTHER
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 2:20 PM
THEFT - OVER $500
0 N MICHIGAN AVE
SIDEWALK
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 2:15 PM
THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
100 N STATE ST
DEPARTMENT STORE
ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 2:05 PM
ASSAULT - PRO EMP HANDS NO/MIN INJURY
0 N STATE ST
SCHOOL PUBLIC BUILDING
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 1:05 PM
CRIMINAL TRESPASS - TO LAND
1100 N DEARBORN ST
OTHER
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 12:55 PM
BURGLARY - UNLAWFUL ENTRY
1100 N DEARBORN ST
APARTMENT
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 12:35 PM
BATTERY - SIMPLE
500 W LAKE ST
SIDEWALK
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 12:30 PM
THEFT - OVER $500
0 E RANDOLPH ST
RESTAURANT
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 12:20 PM
THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
0 N STATE ST
DEPARTMENT STORE
ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 11:30 AM
THEFT - FROM BUILDING
0 E WACKER DR
HOTEL/MOTEL
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 10:39 AM
THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
200 S STATE ST
SMALL RETAIL STORE
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 9:20 AM
DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - FINANCIAL IDENTITY THEFT OVER $300
1500 N DEARBORN PKWY

NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 9:15 AM
BATTERY - SIMPLE
0 E LOWER WACKER PL
STREET
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 8:35 AM
BATTERY - SIMPLE
500 W LAKE ST
CTA TRAIN
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 8:00 AM
THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
600 W FULTON ST
SIDEWALK
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 7:50 AM
BATTERY - SIMPLE
400 E SOUTH WATER ST
RESTAURANT
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 4:05 AM
DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - ILLEGAL USE CASH CARD
0 W MAPLE ST
VEHICLE NON-COMMERCIAL
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 2:30 AM
BATTERY - AGGRAVATED OTHER DANG WEAPON
800 N RUSH ST
SIDEWALK
NO ARREST

Thu May 19 2016 12:01 AM
CRIMINAL DAMAGE - TO PROPERTY
100 N STATE ST
RESTAURANT
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 10:00 PM
THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
0 W HUBBARD ST
STREET
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 8:05 PM
BATTERY - SIMPLE
500 W MADISON ST
RESIDENCE PORCH/HALLWAY
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 8:00 PM
BURGLARY - UNLAWFUL ENTRY
1100 N DEARBORN ST
APARTMENT
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 7:20 PM
THEFT - FROM BUILDING
200 E DELAWARE PL
HOTEL/MOTEL
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 6:20 PM
BURGLARY - UNLAWFUL ENTRY
400 N MICHIGAN AVE
OTHER
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 6:20 PM
THEFT - FROM BUILDING
0 S MICHIGAN AVE
RESTAURANT
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 6:15 PM
THEFT - OVER $500
0 S CLINTON ST
STREET
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 6:00 PM
THEFT - POCKET-PICKING
0 E RANDOLPH ST
CTA BUS
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 6:00 PM
THEFT - OVER $500
0 W SUPERIOR ST
RESIDENCE-GARAGE
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 5:32 PM
THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
800 N MICHIGAN AVE
SMALL RETAIL STORE
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 5:32 PM
THEFT - RETAIL THEFT
800 N MICHIGAN AVE
SMALL RETAIL STORE
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 4:00 PM
THEFT - FROM BUILDING
0 E ADAMS ST
RESTAURANT
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 3:40 PM
THEFT - POCKET-PICKING
400 N MICHIGAN AVE
OTHER
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 3:40 PM
DECEPTIVE PRACTICE - CREDIT CARD FRAUD
100 N LA SALLE ST
RESTAURANT
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 3:25 PM
THEFT - POCKET-PICKING
1200 N CLARK ST
CTA PLATFORM
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 3:20 PM
THEFT - FROM BUILDING
200 S MICHIGAN AVE
RESTAURANT
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 3:20 PM
BATTERY - DOMESTIC BATTERY SIMPLE
0 E LAKE ST
APARTMENT
NO ARREST

Wed May 18 2016 3:00 PM
THEFT - $500 AND UNDER
0 E GRAND AVE
PARKING LOT/GARAGE NON-RESID
NO ARREST

Most Expensive Building Permits
$59,500,000
215 W LAKE ST
• FULL BUILDING PHASE: ERECT 33 STORY 132 EFFICIENCY UNITS 133 DWELLING UNITS 152 PARKING SPACES. FOUNDATION APPROVED UNDER PERMIT 100632728 GREEN PERMIT PROGRAM BENEFIT TIER II PARTICIPANT - LEED SILVER
ISSUED 04-26-16
$41,000,000
8 E HURON ST
• NEW CONSTRUCTION OF A 26 STORY APARTMENT BUILDING 52 EFFICIENCY UNITS AND 53 DWELLING UNITS WITH 1ST FLOOR RETAIL ; 31 PARKING SPACES ON LEVELS 2-4 8 EAST HURON STREET
ISSUED 05-17-16
$35,000,000
800 E GRAND AVE
• CHICAGO SHAKESPEARE THEATERINSTALLATION OF MOVEABLE SEATING TOWERS FOR 1-STORY LIVE THEATER AS PER PLANS
ISSUED 05-03-16
$16,500,000
500 W MONROE ST
Heller International Building
• SELF-CERT: INTERIOR ALTERATIONS TO 39-44 FLOOR OFFICE SPACES AS PER PLAN. NO STRUCUTRAL WORK. NO CHANGE TO EXISTING E BUSINESS USE.
ISSUED 03-18-16
$15,700,000
800 E GRAND AVE
• REVISION TO PERMIT 100607173 - LOBBY CONFIGURATION - NEW TOILET FACILITY ON LEVELS 0-1 ASSOCIATED M.E.P REVISIONS AS PER PLANS**CERTIFIED CORRECTIONS- - SUBJECT TO FIELD INSPECTIONS & AUDIT **
ISSUED 03-24-16

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738 N CLARK ST
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