Why one suburban development soared, and the other staggered (IL)

Two decades ago, the Chicago area collected a pair of peace dividends from the detritus of the Cold War: vast tracts of land beneath what had been the Glenview Naval Air Station and the U.S. Army’s Fort Sheridan. At the time, officials in the north suburbs described the decommissioned bases as places where civilian developments could prosper.    Read more………


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