The seven-story Marriott Aloft is slated to open by the end of 2020 on the corner of Hill and Neil streets with 132 rooms, a bar on the first floor, and 'a robot that will come and deliver your food and beverage for room service.'
Has construction on the new Costco begun?
Scott Cochrane has been planning to add one to his Midtown Crossing development, but ordinances make no mention of one, so the plan commission will take up the matter at its meeting Wednesday.
Store Manager Jodi Pearce said its 1 percent share of the winning ticket will be split between the Tolono Fire Department and Tolono Lions Club.
'Tobacco products are certainly a profitable part of our business, but our company's mission is to nourish people's lives,' CEO Todd Schnuck said.
After the fast-fashion chain filed Sunday for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, Forever 21 said it would be closing 'a number of stores in the U.S.'
URBANA — The Urbana Business Association has selected Darius White to serve as its new executive director starting Oct. 14.
The latest endeavor for Walt and Kathy Wright has been a quarter-century of selling their wares at as many as 30 shows a year in Missouri, Indiana, Illinois and Kentucky.
And the city will help, Shirese Hursey said. But nearly a year after being appointed to replace Aaron Ammons on the council with the north end grocery store as her No. 1 issue, finding a developer has proved elusive.
Spokeswoman Angela Petkovic said the store at 305 W. State St. is still under construction and the company is tentatively working toward a soft opening in the next two weeks.
About 20 showed Wednesday for the village's second attempt at a discussion, with five speaking up. Two were strongly in favor of sales and taxation, while the other three expressed various degrees of concern.
Deputy Director of Finance Tami Ogden said that counties are authorized to impose a tax of up to 3 percent on sales in incorporated areas and 3.75 percent in unincorporated areas.
Poeta Training Center, a which offers wrestling and fitness programs year-round, has leased the main gym of the Sangamon on Main co-working facility and additional space totaling about 4,300 square feet for its second location.
Jeri Lynn Collins, who owns the vacant, century-old building with her husband, Chris, said they have developed a new partnership with former Danville bankers Craig and Kim Campbell.
If the 60-plus-acre artificial-turf complex is approved, 'you're creating a Midwest destination location for some very large markets to travel toward a sporting venue like we're proposing,' Village Administrator Scott Eisenhauer told the board.
Aldermen on the city council’s public service committee will discuss the issue at 6 p.m. today.
The move will happen some time before Thanksgiving, said mall General Manager Dennis Robertson, and in the meantime, it will remain open.
The council issued a wish list to the agency that included having one of its members included on the organization’s board and a more fleshed-out plan of its future endeavors.
MONTICELLO — When residents stroll into the new activity center at Arbor Rose Adult Day Care and Memory Care Home in Monticello, they enter a space that includes fake storefronts aimed at eliciting smiles and triggering memories.
If Daiven Kayne Michael Emling's Garden of Eatin' cafe, bakery and dispensary becomes a reality, customers will be able to enjoy cannabis-infused food and drink, and then perhaps receive a CBD-oil massage before smoking a joint or blunt on a patio outside.
By now, you probably know that Giordano's is out of Market Place Mall, Niro's Gyros is coming to the former Vinny's/Krekel's on Kirby Avenue and Starbucks on Springfield Avenue will open this fall. But there's a lot more happening.
Anand Nandula of Novak Construction Inc., the general contractor, said Tuesday was about answering common questions and providing more details about the project, which he said could take about four months to complete.
A building permit for the location at 40 E. Anthony Drive, C, is still under review and lists the project as an 'interior build out for gym/fitness facility,' with a construction value of $752,000.
But Mayor Rickey Williams Jr. said he didn’t realize how many of the current bars and other businesses the proposed changes would affect until he was contacted by some of their owners.
The pharmacy has begun notifying patients that its last day at 14 E. Washington St., C, will be a week from today. It is planning to transfer prescriptions to local Walgreens stores.
The state licenses cost $300 for people who only engage in private sales, and $1,500 for dealers that operate retail locations. A federal license costs $90.
The space will be used for the growing School of Information Sciences, now headquartered in a former fraternity house a block away at 501 E. Daniel St., C, and for the new vice chancellor for diversity, equity and inclusion and his staff.