Artist Jacob Hashimoto’s latest work transforms the skyscraper’s newly reopened Wacker Drive entrance.
The historic Lincoln Park residence was carefully restored and updated.
Chicagoans named the gator Chance the Snapper
The region’s experience suggests no city is ready for a project like HQ2
Enjoy panoramic views from the West Side
The Wacker Drive project was charged with discharging waste water directly into the Chicago River.
From colorful, graphic walls to a large hand-shaped sofa, this Bridgeport home is a bona fide visual feast.
The riverfront apartment tower will offer a striking pool, gathering spaces, and stunning views.
Federal agents are barred from entering city buildings without a criminal warrant.
Only three of the ten participating vendors have avoided running afoul of the rules.
After a citywide listening tour, the administration will regularly meet with neighborhood organizations.
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The developer has big plans for the shuttered grocery store at 3460 N. Broadway.
With architectural innovation and historical significance, these neighborhood gems are worth the ticket price.
The enormous outdoor space is ideal for entertaining and taking advantage of warm summer days.
A Berlin-based photographer spent seven years shooting the architect’s modernist buildings
Beach goers should stay out of the water during the hazard warning, the weather services advises.
The homes will fill in vacant lots in Bronzeville and Humboldt Park.
Meet the next generation of supertall buildings.
Work is ready to begin on a five-story transit-oriented rental project with 60 units.
The reptile was spotted twice in the lagoon on Tuesday and there’s a plan in place for a safe capture.
The mayor reassured residents the drinking water was safe.
The Department of Buildings revoked permit privileges for the show’s hosts.
A hula-hooping cyclist’s quest for more bike lanes—and more bus lanes, too.
A Tribune report found that the Ricketts’ property taxes were based on a much smaller, older home.
A fresh all-white update brightens up this older home.
Explore the markets with yoga classes and free bike valet.
Community meetings will help CDOT determine where new stations should be placed.
The Chicago-area landmarks are two of eight Wright-designed properties to receive the prestigious honor.
The yellow brick building built in 1928 has original fixtures, tiles, and hardwood.