West Loop Real Estate News

West Loop Real Estate News

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  • James MacDonald Sues Critics After 2,000 Leave Harve...

    Tuesday Oct 30 | via Christianity Today 

    Pastor James MacDonald and Harvest Bible Chapel filed a lawsuit this month against two ex-members and former Moody Radio host Julie Roys, accusing them of spreading false information about the Chicago-area megachurch's financial health and leadership. The main targets of the church's defamation complaint are Ryan Mahoney and Scott Bryant, who together run the blog The Elephant's Debt.


    Related Topix: Personal Finance, Mortgage, Cook County, IL, Moody Bible Institute

  • Fritz Kaegi: Candidate Profile

    Oct 10, 2018 | via Daily Herald 

    Family: Fritz and his wife Rebecca live in Oak Park with their three children, William , Rose , and Anna Civic involvement: First United Methodist Church of Oak Park, Member, since 2010; Social Venture Partners Chicago, Investment Committee member, 2015-2017; Social Venture Partners Chicago, Partner, since 2014; Oak Park Youth Baseball and Softball, assistant coach, since 2014; CFA Society of Chicago, member and charterholder, since 2013; Leadership Greater Chicago, Finance Committee, 2015-2017, and Program Committee, 2013-2015 ; Leadership Greater Chicago Fellow, 2012-2013; First United Methodist Church of Evanston, member, 2009-2010; Broadway United Methodist Church, member, 2006-2009; Local admissions interviewer, Haverford College, 2003-current; Local admissions interviewer, Stanford Graduate School of Business, 2003-current; Chicago Council on Global Affairs, member, since 2003; ... (more)


    Related Topix: Oak Park, IL, Evanston, IL, Cook County, IL, Foreclosures

  • Convicted felon on Cook County bench announces she w...

    Sep 6, 2018 | via ABA Journal 

    Jessica Arong O'Brien, a Cook County, Ill., judge who was found guilty of bank and mail fraud in February, has finally dropped her retention bid after a federal judge in Chicago denied her motions for acquittal and new trial. In May 2018 - three months after her conviction, and one month after she received an interim suspension of her law license - O'Brien filed paperwork for a retention vote on the November 2018 ballot.


    Related Topix: Cook County, IL, Law, Criminal Defense Law, Personal Finance, Home, Mortgage, Mortgage

  • Chi-town taxis could be driven out of business

    Sep 4, 2018 | via The Daily Gazette 

    Struggling to survive in the age of Uber and Lyft, the Chicago taxi industry's hopes may be riding on a legislative long shot. Nearly half of the city's 6,999 licensed cabs are in foreclosure or idled, leading to an increasingly desperate call for regulatory intervention – including a newly floated idea to cap the number of ride-sharing licenses in Chicago – to keep taxi fleets on the streets.


    Related Topix: Foreclosures, Medallion Financial, Financial Services

  • Developer exploring new Metra stop at Fulton Market ...

    Aug 24, 2018 | via Curbed 

    Busy West Loop-based developer Sterling Bay is closing in on a deal to acquire the Archer Daniels Midland wheat mill and potentially replace the old Fulton Market structure with a new Metra rail station. The company is currently exploring options to bring a stop for Metra's Milwaukee West, Milwaukee North, North Central Service, and Union Pacific West lines to the site at 1300 W. Carroll Avenue, reports the Chicago Tribune .


    Related Topix: Chicago, IL, West Loop (Chicago, IL), Agriculture, ADM, Food, Real Estate

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