In an event series led by the Metropolitan Planning Council, city leaders and experts will discuss how gentrification impacts queer spaces and why parks are just as segregated as the city.
The brick home comes with a 24-foot wide, landscaped side yard.
Check out homes in Edgewater, Logan Square, Lincoln Park, and more.
A report from the Urban Institute looks at what neighborhoods are getting home mortgages, small business loans, and commercial real estate investment.
The vacant Bronzeville site has entertained its share of grandiose proposals over the past decade.
Indoor pools are open year-round, and outdoor pools are open from mid-June to Labor Day. Plus, they’re all free.
The Glencoe, Illinois, property would be the first Wright-designed home to be destroyed in over a decade.
Mayor Lightfoot has tapped housing policy expert Marisa Novara to lead the City Hall department.
Chicago traffic will only get worse on one of the busiest travel holidays of the year. How do you avoid it? Stay put.
Enjoy architecture tours, art installations, and kayaking at the downtown riverwalk.
The unit features 3,000 square feet of wide open living space.