Plan ahead as the weekend slows down
Developer GW Properties feels it is in a unique position to bring new commercial tenants to the neighborhood.
Alleys keep the city clean, but could they also be spaces for art studios and bike shops?
A 2016 gut rehab brought a custom floor plan
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Soak up the rest of summer
Bad traffic isn’t just limited to the morning and afternoon rush hours.
Transit-oriented development could boost the economic growth on the South Side
The units would be spread across two sites along Randolph Street.
Governor Pritzker signed the Immigrant Tenant Protection Act
The project would add nearly 100 units and new amenities to the CHA Edith Spurlock Apartments.
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The 836-foot-tall Streeterville tower took almost three years to complete.
From Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend, where to see Navy Pier fireworks all summer long.
Hunt for all 26 pieces of art by Merlot in Lincoln Yards
The six-story design calls for 45 units, a community mural, and 31 parking spaces.
The Game of Thrones author lived there in the ’70s with five roommates
The 1956 building features a mix of midcentury design and classic Chicago School architecture.
Tons of light shine through the glassy windows.
Uber is growing fast in Chicago
From colorful, graphic walls to a large hand-shaped sofa, this Bridgeport home is a bona fide visual feast.
The Floating Museum unveils its latest public art initiative
Both scooter companies have released rider data
Explore the markets with yoga classes and free bike valet.
Zoning approval for the proposal at 301 W. Huron was one of several measures passed by the Plan Commission.
Ratio Architects is the designer for Humboldt Lit
The deal—estimated at $600 million—will require the majority of owners to agree to the sale.
Along with Rev Brew, the Humboldt Park fest will continue the celebration of bike culture
The 55-unit "Alcove" project joins the increasingly crowded block bordered by Milwaukee, Division, and Paulina.
The digital display mimics falling rain, billowing clouds, and sunlight shining through trees.
CPS schools are back in session September 3