A mural that hangs on the side of a Chicago street is being transformed into a mural.

The mural will eventually be turned into a new office.

A mural is a group of painted murals that appear on the sides of buildings, usually to mark the location of businesses.

But the mural on the Chicago street in question, at 9th Street and University Avenue, has been a focal point for the area for a while.

Its main wall is painted with a mural of a boy in a green cap, surrounded by a family of green dogs, who are also the faces of the dog-loving kids in the mural.

“It’s kind of an important part of the neighborhood, the children, so that was really the impetus behind it,” said Joe Storch, a Chicago-based artist and muralist who’s been doing murals since 2009.

“The kids are so involved in the murals and so is the owner.

We really want to be able to say ‘this is our home.

We want to know how we’re able to make it here.'”

That’s the purpose of a new mural by Storcher and his company, Art of the City, which is dedicated to kids.

The group has been working on the project for two years and has received more than $100,000 in funding.

The company started out in New York City as a way to raise awareness about the homeless in Chicago and to provide a space for kids to be inspired.

But when they started working with the city to find a mural, they saw an opportunity for change.

“We realized that we could get a mural in the Chicago area and have it be a little bit more permanent than just one of the other murals,” Storbach said.

“There are so many kids that are homeless in the city right now that need a space to be creative and have a place to connect with each other.”

So the project is now looking to turn the mural into the home of a kids’ home.

“You could say it’s the playground for the kids,” Storbch said.

The space is located in a two-story, four-bedroom house that’s part of a development at the corner of University Avenue and 10th Street in the heart of the city.

“I really feel like we’re creating a community space that’s more welcoming than just just a place where you can come hang out,” Storgch said, adding that the house will serve as a home to a few groups of kids.

It also includes a fitness center, a youth center and a library, with a few children’s programs.

It’s a small place, Storbuch said, with just two walls and a few chairs.

“Our hope is that it’s going to be a really welcoming space that kids can come and hang out and be involved with.”

In addition to a children’s center, there will be a kids-led basketball court and a childrens’ lounge, a cafe and a bar.

The building will be used for social events, including yoga, meditation, cooking classes, music concerts, community art and crafts.

Storburys hopes that the project will bring together all of the children who live there, and that they will get a sense of belonging and a sense that they can be together.

“In the end, it’s really a family building,” Storahch said of the project.

“They all have their own things, and the kids really do too.

It makes me happy.” “

When I’m here and the boys are here, it makes me feel good.

It makes me happy.”

The team also hopes that it can give some closure to those who have been homeless for a long time.

“Sometimes, we feel like there’s a disconnect,” Stovch said about his team’s work.

“But the kids are really engaged.

I think the community really needs to see this and recognize that we’re doing this together, and we need to be good neighbors.”

Storches hope the project can help bring together people from different walks of life and build a sense in the community of being a supportive, supportive neighborhood.

“If we can help to make this a safe place, it will really help us,” Stora said.

Storbuch, who has a master’s degree in urban planning from the University of Illinois, has had some experiences with the homeless, having lived in Chicago for many years.

“As a kid growing up, I remember seeing homeless people on the street,” he said.

He believes that, as he grew up, he began to see people who were homeless in a different light.

“Now, I can’t imagine what it’s like to be homeless and to see a homeless person,” he added.

“This is really important for me to be aware of that.”