Parking has gotten more difficult in both the South Loop and the West Loop. In which neighborhood is it more difficult to park? Should it be easy to park in these central neighborhoods, or should the city be shaping development here to wean residents and visitors from dependence on their cars?
Click on the video above and hear two of the neighborhoods’ top developers on the subject.
David Chase, of The Thrush Companies, developer of 740 Fulton, represents the West Loop. Keith Giles, a principal in Kargil Development, which is building X/O Condominiums, represents the South Loop. Yo’s truly is the environmentally friendly moderator.
Earlier installments of our developer smackdown, South Loop vs West Loop: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part V, Part VI, Part VII.