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AIA Chicago Issues Statement to U.S. Army Corps of Engineers® in Support of Preservation and Reuse of Damen Silos

The Damen Silos riverside property could, and should, serve the people of Chicago, enhancing opportunities for recreation, and for appreciation of our urban heritage. On Thursday, February 1, 2024, AIA Chicago Vice President of Advocacy, Natalie Hicks, AIA, spoke in support of the preservation and reuse of the Damen Silos property at 2900 South Damen Avenue in Chicago. Read the...
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AIA Calls on the House of Representatives to Pass the Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act of 2024 (HR 7024)

The American Institute of Architects calls on the House of Representatives to work in a bipartisan manner to bring the Tax Relief for American Families and Workers Act of 2024 (HR 7024) to the House floor for a full vote and passage....
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AIA Chicago supports the Clean and Affordable Buildings Ordinance (CABO) Introduced in the Chicago City Council

A photo of Alderwoman Hadden of Chicago’s 49th Ward announces the introduction of the Clean and Affordable Buildings Ordinance (CABO). Credit: Illinois Green Alliance...
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AIA Chicago supports the designation of the Century and Consumers buildings as Chicago Landmarks

AIA Chicago supports the designation of the Century and Consumers buildings as Chicago Landmarks

On behalf of our approximately 4,000 members, AIA Chicago joins with many other organizations to advocate for the preservation of the Century Building, built in 1915 by Holabird and Roche at 202 South State Street, and the Consumers Building, built in 1913 by Jenney, Mundie & Jensen at 220 South State Street....
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