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Bus Rapid Transit; Atrium Village Redevelopment; More!

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

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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.