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Studio furniture exhibit opens

Function + Art, a nationally recognized gallery specializing in fine craft, studio furniture and glass art, is opening a new exhibition called "Divers [...]

U.S. home sales rise in March

Sales of homes in the U.S. rose sharply in March as buyers nervous about rising interest rates got off the fence to lock in cheap money. Sales of new [...]

Gammonley Group takes over Prairie House

The Gammonley Group, builder of 1111 S. Wabash, has bought out the Prairie Tower project in the South Loop from Bejco Development. Prairie Tower was t [...]

Dubin opens model at Kilbourn Court

Dubin Residential has opened a decorated model at Kilbourn Court, a new community of 116 townhomes in Kilbourn Park, on the Northwest Side. Dubin is s [...]

City closer to approving Wal-Mart

A Chicago City Council committee approved a zoning change this week that would allow for the controversial development of a Wal-Mart store on the West [...]

Mortgage rates continue sharp rise

Continuing its upward climb in the face of improving economic news, the average 30-year fixed-rate mortgage stood at 5.94 percent this week, up from l [...]

IL Senate votes for property tax relief

The state senate has approved a measure that would provide homeowners with temporary property tax relief, following the lead of the Illinois House, wh [...]

Only 5 condos left at Optima Horizons

Sales have been swift at Optima Horizons, a 16-story Evanston tower with just five condos remaining for sale. The available units include a one-bedroo [...]

Habitat 90% sold at Quadrangle

The Habitat Company has sold more than 90 percent of units at the Quadrangle, a 261-unit lakefront condo conversion at 6700 South Shore Drive, in Sout [...]
Dynaprop scores Pointe in South Loop

Dynaprop scores Pointe in South Loop

New project meets demand for affordable condos, retail price The trapezoidal island formed by State, Archer, Dearborn and Cullerton once housed a pop [...]
Back to Earth

Back to Earth

RCR|DC expands city housing options with single-family homes Chicago has seen tens of thousands of new housing units created during the past decade, [...]

Spring is maintenance time for home buyers and sellers

The fluctuating temperatures of the last month should have been more than a sign to start shopping for swimwear, especially if you plan on selling an [...]

$1 million-plus market for new condominiums thrives in Chicago

Whether you have a paltry $1 million to spend, or as much as $16 million, Chicago's luxury condominium buyers have plenty to ogle these days. If you [...]

Heavy hitters dealing for South Works

One of the city's largest development parcels is being eyed by a group of politically connected developers. Reports in Crain's Chicago Business identi [...]

Builder confidence up in April

Builder confidence in the market for new single-family homes rose strongly in early April, according to the National Association of Home Builders' lat [...]

Mortgage rates climb as economy grows

As the economic picture has brightened and inflation has become a possibility, mortgage rates have continued to climb. The average 30-year fixed-rate [...]

Rainbo Village rising in Uptown

A little piece of Uptown history disappeared recently when the Rainbo Roller Rink, 4836 N. Clark, was demolished, though the name will live on in the [...]

Bridgeport Station riding on fast track

Tandem Developers was a pioneer in Bridgeport when the local builder opened Union Lofts, the first residential loft project in a neighborhood with lit [...]
No little plans

No little plans

Buyers drawn to extra amenities at city's booming mega-projects For a while there, residential development in central Chicago seemed to be going the [...]

DuSable Park back on drawing board

The 3.5-acre peninsula on the northern edge of the confluence of the Chicago River and Lake Michigan was christened DuSable Park back in 1987 after th [...]
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