In the last few months, the Pallett Wood Project has been under fire from some in the community for a series of delays, construction setbacks, and cost overruns.
The project is slated to be finished by the end of the year, and according to local officials, that’s not quite what the company wants.
“It’s the most critical project in the Pallets,” said David Pinto, a board member of the project.
“We want to get it finished.
We don’t want to make it the most expensive project.”
But the company is already facing criticism.
Some of the delays have come from the local community, which has complained that it has been left out of the planning process.
The local environmental group, the National Conservancy, has criticized the project as “a blatant and blatant disregard of the health, safety and well-being of the residents in the neighborhood.”
And a group of residents who oppose the project are calling on the project’s owners to pull out of their agreement with the city of Chicago.
The Pallets were built in 1926, with the Palltons originally being built by the American International Group.
The original plans called for the Palts to be the largest single-family home on the city’s West Side.
Today, the project is the largest residential development on the West Side, and its construction is also one of the citys largest construction projects.
The building, which is located in the Chicago suburb of River Forest, was originally scheduled to cost $10.5 million, but was later reduced to $6.5 billion.
Pinto said that the project will be finished in time for Christmas, but that it will still cost $5 million more to finish than originally planned.
“The cost is still too high, and I don’t think they have a plan to reduce it to $5,” Pinto told ABC News.
“I think it’s a bad investment.”
The Pallet Homes in River Forest are among the homes on the Chicago’s West side that are slated to become the largest homes in the city.
According to the city, the construction will create more than 4,000 new jobs, and it will also provide an estimated $3.6 billion in economic activity to the community.
The city estimates that the Palletes will provide an additional 3,000 jobs over the life of the Pallette Homes.
Pino said that, as of now, Pallets have already been completed and they are expected to be completed by Christmas.
The City of Chicago estimates that a single Pallet home can support up to 1,200 families and the community is still waiting on construction permits to complete the Pallete Homes, and the project remains one of several major projects that are also scheduled to be affected by the drought.
“They’ve put all the time and resources in, and they’re still not getting it done,” Pins said.