Tag: New construction

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SoNo rental tower underway

Crain’s Chicago Business is reporting (behind its paywall) that Smithfield Properties has secured construction financing for the second tower at SoNo [...]
North Shore new construction – a new rule of thirds?

North Shore new construction – a new rule of thirds?

During most of 2006 I was actively tracking the status of every new construction home on Chicago’s North Shore. In May of 2006 developer Cypre [...]
November unit completions lowest on record

November unit completions lowest on record

“Home construction up, foreclosures down” read the MSNBC headline, just one of the many sources putting a positive spin on the November new constr [...]
West Englewood curiosities

West Englewood curiosities

Welcome to West Englewood, where the median list price is $49K, the median sold price was $17K last month – and three “fabulous newly constructed [...]
Making progress on a full-floor home at Superior 110

Making progress on a full-floor home at Superior 110

Last month Greg Eldridge of @properties and Joe Zekas visited two half-floor units on the 23rd floor of Superior 110 in River North before the beg [...]
Loving the views from 235 Van Buren

Loving the views from 235 Van Buren

What do sisters Alicia and Gabby like about their new condo at 235 Van Buren in Chicago's Loop? Most of all, Alicia and Gabby love the east vie [...]
5 beds, 3 baths, horrific traffic, in Northbrook

5 beds, 3 baths, horrific traffic, in Northbrook

The 5-bedroom, 3 bath home at 15 N Constance Ln in Northbrook is for sale at $269,000, for “land value.” The land value has, at least in the dream [...]
Will Lincoln Park follow the Edgewater precedent?

Will Lincoln Park follow the Edgewater precedent?

Today’s New York Times provides a timely reminder that a vacant hospital site can linger undeveloped for a decade or more, blighting the surroundi [...]
Little movement in city building permits in two years

Little movement in city building permits in two years

Jeff Baird is a real estate valuation consultant based in Chicago. He founded Lakeshore Analytics to bring comprehensive, understandable housing d [...]
Choice cuts: New reductions for six Wrightwood Crossing condos

Choice cuts: New reductions for six Wrightwood Crossing condos

Speaking of new construction in Lincoln Park and Eric Rojas, Eric just caught wind of new pricing at Wrightwood Crossing, the new 19-unit building a [...]
New construction roundup: Lincoln Park single-families

New construction roundup: Lincoln Park single-families

"The high end real estate market in Lincoln Park is in constant motion," says Realtor Eric Rojas in a recent blog post about new infill construct [...]
The sun hasn’t set at Solstice on the Park

The sun hasn’t set at Solstice on the Park

You'd think there'd be little interest in continuing to market a high-rise that doesn't exist, and in most cases, there isn't. The sales centers and [...]
Jones Lang LaSalle seeking investors for future Museum Park high-rises

Jones Lang LaSalle seeking investors for future Museum Park high-rises

Those of you who've kept up with the development of Museum Park in recent years should remember the rendering above, which couples the now completed [...]
The priciest one-bedroom in Chicago

The priciest one-bedroom in Chicago

I didn't mean to write anything else about this building for a while -- it just happened that way. As the headline says, this is the priciest one-bed [...]
New construction roundup: condos for sale in Lake View six-flats

New construction roundup: condos for sale in Lake View six-flats

What's new in Lake View? I'm taking these Realtors at their word when they say these six-flats debuted in 2010... 3832 N Ashland Ave (pictured): Kar [...]
Construction checkup: Ritz-Carlton Residences

Construction checkup: Ritz-Carlton Residences

With yesterday's sales update still in mind, I took a detour to the Mag Mile during my lunch break to get a look at the Ritz-Carlton Residences, und [...]

Crain's: Three sales in three months for Ritz-Carlton Residences

You know times have changed when three pre-construction sales can make headlines. Crain's reports that the 88-unit Ritz-Carlton Residences, under cons [...]
Kamin: More Chicago, less Virginia for South Works, please

Kamin: More Chicago, less Virginia for South Works, please

Trib columnist Blair Kamin digs the broad strokes of the South Works redevelopment plan but hopes developer McCaffrey Interests and architect Antuno [...]
Slow-moving apartment project at Western and Bloomingdale finally nearing completion

Slow-moving apartment project at Western and Bloomingdale finally nearing completion

I kind of tuned out the long-stalled project at Western and Bloomingdale avenues sometime last year, well after it had turned into a boarded-up, gra [...]
Domain1700 plan calls for six new single-families on Paulina, Hermitage in Bucktown

Domain1700 plan calls for six new single-families on Paulina, Hermitage in Bucktown

This spring I mentioned Ranquist Development's plan to convert the old Sisters of the Resurrection convent at 1849 N Hermitage Ave in Bucktown in [...]
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