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Slow turning

Slow turning

Builders to focus on deals, remaining units in '04 Buyers of new homes were cautious in 2003, taking their time and hunting for the best possible d [...]

Housing starts fall in bad weather

U.S. housing starts fell 7.9 percent in January, to their lowest levels since August in part because of inclement weather. Residential construction s [...]

Four homes left at Bradley Place

Only four single-family homes, including a furnished model remain for sale at the Residences of Bradley Place, a 36-unit development on the Northwest [...]

Invsco debuts Lakeview on Lincoln Park

American Invsco has announced the debut of a long-awaited project in the heart of Lincoln Park that the developer promises will be the height of luxur [...]

Optima Horizons 85% sold in Evanston

Optima, Inc., an architecture and development firm that champions forward-looking design, has sold 85 percent of the units at its Optima Horizons proj [...]

Crescent opens models at 30 E. Huron

Crescent Heights is opening eight decorated models at 30 E. Huron, a 460-unit highrise that will be the developer's fourth major condominium conversio [...]

Masters of their Domain

There wasn't much in the vicinity of Chicago Avenue and the Chicago River a few years ago, unless you count cement mixers, newspaper delivery trucks a [...]

Mortgage rates remain steady

Mortgage rates inched up slightly this week, with the average 30-year fixed-rate at 5.72 percent, compared to 5.68 percent last week, according to Fre [...]

Morhyne courts empty nesters in Kenwood

Morhyne Development Company's latest condo building seems tailor-made for empty nesters and others with a newfound interest in city living. The 22-uni [...]

City proposes downtown zoning reforms

The city is proposing some progressive measures that would spur affordable housing and address traffic congestion as part of an overhaul of Chicago's [...]

Lakefront Place condos two-thirds sold

January is not a warm month in Chicago - whether you're talking about temperatures or real estate - but tell that to Teri Lind, of Inland Great Lakes. [...]
Jefferson Tower offers 1st-time buyers 1st-class finishes

Jefferson Tower offers 1st-time buyers 1st-class finishes

What comes to mind when you hear the words "entry-level" used to describe new housing? Laminate counters, carpeted living rooms, second-rate applian [...]

Rental market shows slight improvement

Downtown's luxury apartment market showed a slight improvement during the fourth quarter, according Appraisal Research Counselors, though landlords ar [...]

Mortgage rates rise slightly

The average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 5.68 percent this week, up slightly from 5.64 percent last week, according to Freddie Mac's Primary M [...]

Home sales break record in '03

Sales of new single-family homes topped one million units in 2003, establishing a new record high for the third consecutive year, according to the U.S [...]

Sales up in Illinois in 2003

Sales of existing homes rose 5.5 percent in Illinois last year over 2002, according to the Illinois Association of Realtors. The trade group recorded [...]

Crain's: sales rose fastest at Fordham

The Fordham Company posted the largest increase in housing units sold in a new ranking of the area's top 25 home builders by Crain's Chicago Business. [...]

Mortgage rates remain low

The average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage remained low this week, falling to 5.64 percent, down from 5.66 percent last week, according to Freddie Mac's [...]

Courts of Evanston 50% sold

Dubin Residential has passed the 50 percent mark in sales at the Courts of Evanston, a large new development of townhouses in the built-up suburb that [...]

Quadrangle condos hits 75% sold

Unobstructed lake views and affordable prices have proved a winning combination at the Quadrangle Condominiums, according to sales director Marsha Byn [...]
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