January 10th, 2019 Client: Laura Ricketts/The Ricketts Family Source: Crain's Chicago Business "There has been some speculation as to why my family’s involved in the upcoming Wrigley neighborhood elections where the incumbent alderman, Tom Tunney, is running for re-election. I can sum it up in one word. Accountability." Read full article via Crain's Chicago Business.
September 6th, 2018Client: Fox Valley DevelopersSource: Crain's Chicago Business"When the century-old Copley Hospital in downtown Aurora was closed in 1995—a replacement state-of-the-art facility was opened that year on the city’s southeast side—developers talked broadly about repurposing the massive 350,000-square-foot campus for retail shops, apartments and even a church. One proposal called for demolishing the whole
August 8th, 2018Client: Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of ChicagoSource: Crain's Chicago Business"Lurie Children’s Hospital next month will open an outpatient surgical center in Northbrook. The 26,000-square-foot facility is in a Techny Road building adjacent to a smaller outpatient location that Lurie opened in 2014. Lurie plans to invest about $35.6 million in the project, according to
Photo by John R. BoehmDr. Aimen Shaaban is a world-renowned fetal surgeon who started at Lurie this month. July 15, 2017Client: Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of ChicagoSource: Crain's Chicago Business"As smaller area hospitals close or consolidate their pediatric wards, Lurie Children's Hospital is doing the opposite: launching a high-profile fetal surgical
Client: Lurie Children's Hospital of ChicagoSource: Crain's Chicago BusinessLurie CEO: Race to replace Obamacare putting children at 'grave risk'"The race to bring major change to the nation's health care system is putting America's children at grave risk.The American Health Care Act proposes major changes to the federal Medicaid program, which is the single largest source
Dennis Culloton explains why companies should be conscious of Donald Trump’s tweets:“Still, Trump's social media outbursts probably have CEOs at other big companies wondering who's next. "This has to be a topic of conversation in boardrooms because you have someone who, whether you like it or not, really understands the power of his own brand
Client: Chicago CubsSource: Crain’s Chicago Business The Chicago Cubs opened an official team store and kicked off the Trophy tour on the Magnificent Mile today:“The Cubs tomorrow will kick off a tour of the World Series trophy at the new store, giving fans a chance to take a photo with it between noon and 3 p.m.
Client: ZurichSource: Crain’s Chicago Business Crain’s Architecture Critic, Edward Keegan, reviews Zurich new suburban headquarters:The building's overall 11-story height is generally consistent with the taller buildings scattered throughout the nearby suburbs, but its composition of three interlocked horizontal volumes wrapped in a glimmering glass skin give it a distinctive presence. It doesn't read as particularly tall,
Client – Tom RickettsSource: Crain’s Chicago Business For now, the beautiful plaza that will sit adjacent to the Cubs’ new offices will be The Park at Wrigley Field:“Tom Ricketts has a new moniker for the open-air plaza he is building next to Wrigley Field—until he can find a company to put its name on the place.The
Client: Tom RickettsSource: Crain’s Chicago Business The hotel across from Wrigley Field will be named to honor stadium’s original architect:“A new hotel the owners of the Chicago Cubs are building across the street from Wrigley Field will have a subtle nod to the Friendly Confines in its name.Hickory Street Capital, the Ricketts family-owned venture behind the