Established in 1991, The West Loop Community Organization (WLCO) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit delegate agency of the City of Chicago. Coordinating public planning, supporting economic development, and cultivating community programming within the West Loop are among our active responsibilities. We provide valuable assistance to area residents and businesses by serving as a liaison to municipal departments, assisting businesses with a variety of licensing and permitting requests, and issuing recommendations on proposed developments in the area.

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  • Winter Overnight Parking Ban Begins December 1

    Winter Overnight Parking Ban Begins December 1

    Posted on 11/29/2018

    General

    Beginning December 1st, if you see a posted sign that says no parking between 3AM and 7AM that means that the winter overnight parking ban is in effect on this street, whether it snows or not. Do not park at this location between 3AM & 7AM from now until April 1st or you will be ticketed and towed. You should also avoid parking here during heavy snow storms when more than 2 inches of snow has fallen.

  • Fulton Market Streetscape Phase I Completed

    Fulton Market Streetscape Phase I Completed

    Posted on 11/29/2018

    General

    On Tuesday, November 27th, Mayor Rahm Emanuel joined Alderman Walter Burnett (27th Ward) and the West Loop Community Organization to cut the ribbon on the first phase of the Fulton Market Streetscape, a community-inspired modernization of the corridor that is Chicago’s first wholesale market and now is an incubator for the City’s thriving tech economy. As the first phase of the project wraps up from Halsted Avenue to Carpenter Street, the Chicago Department of Transportation (CDOT) announced it will launch work in the coming weeks on the second phase from Carpenter to Ogden Boulevard.

  • Member Monday: PALMA

    Member Monday: PALMA

    Posted on 11/26/2018

    Member Monday

    Officially launching his new firm earlier this year, architect Jo Palma has established the firm’s core studio in Chicago, with satellite offices in Miami and London. The practice, known as PALMA, follows the international concentration that has defined Palma’s expansive career. Gleaning knowledge and experience from its talented and diverse staff, PALMA uses the concept of Evolutionary Architecture to address design solutions that improve communities, enhance social wellbeing, and add value to projects of all scales.

  • West Loop welcomes Walgreens to Randolph Street
  • Member Monday: Proxi

    Member Monday: Proxi

    Posted on 11/19/2018

    General

    Using street food as inspiration, the West Loop’s Proxi celebrates global flavors and ingredients through a thoughtful American lens. Guided by traditions but not restrained by them, Proxi travels the world one boundary-blurring dish at a time. At Proxi, the world is Executive Chef Andrew Zimmerman’s oyster — literally and figuratively. Using iconic street food as a jumping off point, Zimmerman creates dishes that honor those signature bold, funky flavors while instilling his own culinary style. His menu freely wanders through Asia, India, the Middle East, and Mexico and beyond but feels completely at home in Chicago.

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