2022 Landmarks Illinois Richard H. Driehaus Foundation Preservation Awards
We have announced our 2022 preservation award recipients! Our 2022 award-winning projects, located in Belleville, Chicago, Lockport, Marion, Petersburg and Rockford, will be honored at a public ceremony on November 4, 2022, at the historic Chicago Cultural Center.
Learn about our Recent Past Survey of Suburban Cook County
Next up in our Fall Preservation Snapshots Lecture series is a presentation on our Recent Past Survey of Suburban Cook County — a 16-year surveying effort of non-residential suburban Chicago buildings from our history’s “Recent Past” (1935 to 1975).
Landmarks Illinois issues first Reinvestment Program Loan to GCI on Chicago's South Side
The loan helped finance the preservation of a Chicago South Side building that is now home to GCI’s “Artist on the 9” co-working space and gallery.
2022 Most Endangered Historic Places in Illinois
Learn about this year’s top threatened historic sites across the state.
Landmarks Illinois announces new WWI Monuments of Illinois Database
On Veterans Day 2021, Landmarks Illinois published its new comprehensive database containing more than 300 WWI monuments and memorials throughout the state.
Women Who Built Illinois
A new, first-of-its-kind online database calls attention to more than 100 women in architecture, real estate and design-related fields who shaped our built environment between 1879 and 1979.
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