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Professional video game players could compete in front of large crowds on the Near South Side if a local real estate developer’s unique post-pandemic vision comes to fruition. Surge is planned for South Wabash Avenue along the Stevenson Expressway.
The biggest Chicago skyscraper to have construction halted by the coronavirus pandemic could be revived in 2021, as part of a redesign that would shift the focus to rental apartments rather than for-sale condominiums. Construction of the 74-story tower, designed by Helmut Jahn, stopped earlier this year.
Sephora will open hundreds of beauty shops inside Kohl’s department stores starting next fall, just weeks after Ulta Beauty and Target announced a similar partnership.
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