Stories about a development
DeKalb County government officials are lauding 2022 as a significant year for new development based on assessed property values topping $2 billion, the most growth the county has seen since 2007, according to county documents.
The DeKalb County Economic Development Corporation’s longtime executive director, Paul Borek, is set to retire, the agency announced recently, along with plans to begin the search for Borek’s successor.
DeKalb residents turned out by the dozens to weigh in at a town hall meeting this week on how best to develop a city-owned vacant lot at the northwest corner of West Hillcrest Drive and Blackhawk Road. They also debated the city's proposal.
Backers say new legislation aimed at attracting airport developers.
Tentative sale of mall follows online auction, but price and buyer not revealed.
A dilapidated city-owned house in the 1100 block of Wild Street in Sycamore is poised to be demolished after an unanimous Sycamore City Council vote this week.
DeKalb panel action Monday, if upheld by the City Council, allows DeKalb District 428 to plan for elimination of the modular classroom in two years, when a $31.8M plan for a new north side elementary school is expected to be completed.
City would use RTA grant to study potential of transit-related housing and commercial development.
Joseph and Jennifer Matise are fourth owners since Diocese of Joliet sold the 19th Century church.
New Marriott-branded hotel could make for the first of its kind in DeKalb County, if actions taken Monday by the DeKalb Planning and Zoning Commission are upheld by the DeKalb City Council. The 121-room hotel would offer standard and extended stay options.
Grocer now plans to open in former Certified Warehouse Foods site in 2024
The 309-acre development at Interstates 55 and 80 is now called Rock Run Collection.
A petitioner wants to build a 121-room Marriott branded hotel on Peace Road in DeKalb, a proposal set to go before city officials Monday for first review. Half of the rooms would be a Fairfield Inn and Suites and the other half a TownePlace Suites, plans show.
Rental townhouse project under development now approved for 152 units.
Opponents look to new mayor and City Council members for support in push back against NorthPoint.