People on the Move
29 Mar 2018
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People on the Move

With Q1 coming to a close, 2018 is already shaping up to be bigger and better than ever before. Our team continues to hustle and work hard to achieve big results for our clients, and we’re thrilled to reward theirRead More
Evinrude Makes Front Page News
16 Feb 2018
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Evinrude Makes Front Page News

Evinrude was featured on the front page of their local newspaper, The Journal Times, after they were inducted into the Space Technology Hall of Fame for the company's role in commercializing high-strength, wear-resistant aluminum alloy originally developed by NASA scientists. ReadRead More
Hawthorne Happenings Vol. 3
16 Oct 2017
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Hawthorne Happenings Vol. 3

Hawthorne Happenings Vol. 3   Client Spotlight: McCormick Square celebrates new beginnings on campus The Hawthorne team is always excited to celebrate new beginnings and long-awaited milestones with clients! On Saturday, October 14, we joined our clients, Metropolitan Pier andRead More
Hawthorne Happenings Vol. 2
1 Aug 2017
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Hawthorne Happenings Vol. 2

Bravo! Chicago Children's Choir At Hawthorne, we are honored to work with inspiring and talented clients that truly have an impact on our community. One of those inspiring clients is the Chicago Children’s Choir (CCC), an organization that serves 4,600Read More
The 606 & Chicago Tonight
4 Jun 2015
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The 606 & Chicago Tonight

The Trust for Public Land’s signature Chicago project, The 606, was discussed on WTTW’s “Chicago Tonight” program by Chicago Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin and host Phil Ponce. Watch it here.
Blair Kamin Meets The 606
1 Jun 2015
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Blair Kamin Meets The 606

Chicago Tribune architecture critic Blair Kamin writes long-form stories that often serve as an imprimatur of a design project. Here’s one of three glowing reviews he wrote for the June 2015 opening of The 606.
Help for At-Risk Teens
23 May 2015
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Help for At-Risk Teens

Marj Halperin and team coordinated a letter to the editor of Crain’s Chicago Business co-written by the CEOs of two important Chicago non-profit organizations, a powerful response to state budget cuts to social services in 2015. See it here. 
School Days Out
6 Jan 2015
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School Days Out

When low temps and snowstorms closed schools, the Y’s doors were open to families. MHC earned coverage by nearly every local TV station, including WFLD-TV, whose Joanie Lum reported and tweeted.