Chicago heliport is stalled by financing uncertainties

05/10/2013 | Crain's Chicago Business

In July 2011, a Chicago real estate investor began working to develop a landing pad for helicopters and other aircraft on the city's Near West Side. However, due to financial turmoil in the Near West Side economic development agency, the area is struggling to make payments on $40 million worth of bonds issued in 2006, leaving the future of the heliport uncertain.

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