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And now the latest from Curbed Chicago, covering everything you need to know about the city's neighborhoods and real estate.

EVERYWHERE—What's the best way to fix Chicago's mass transit system? The Metropolitan Planning Council thinks bus rapid transit is the way to go; the group released a big report outlining BRT's potential in Chicago.

NEAR NORTH—Now that the Cabrini-Green high-rises are history, the owners of nearby Atrium Village are planning to build four big apartment high-rises at Wells and Division streets.

EVERYWHERE—Next week, Curbed will attempt to settle once and for all one of the most important questions our fair city has ever faced: Who is the hottest broker of them all? (Nominations are open until Sunday.)

LOOP / LOGAN SQUARE—Curbed asked readers what they'd prefer to see: a completed downtown Riverwalk or the Bloomingdale Trail. With more than 500 votes cast, the Bloomingdale Trail narrowly edged out the Riverwalk.