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(WTTW News)

Known as the “Black Metropolis,” the neighborhood became a hub for African American businesses in the early 1900s and has remained a popular place to live, especially for Chicago’s Black community. Now, a recent construction boom is replacing vacant lots with high-priced homes. The transformation is the focus of a new podcast series created and produced by Crain’s Chicago Business real estate reporter Dennis Rodkin.

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Geoffrey Baer tours Chicago -- by bike! We revisit Geoffrey's Emmy-nominated special, Biking the Boulevards. Tonight, we take a look at the history of Chicago's boulevards, and a trip through Bronzeville.