Chicago is one of 24 cities that displays real time bikeshare data on the popular navigation app.
Monday’s weather is the coolest the city has been in 10 days
The 47-story high-rise will break ground in September.
As a time capsule for the 1950s, the Wilmette home is a serious fixer-upper.
Researchers looked at the impact of the city’s neighborhood development tool
The five neighborhood sites shortlisted by the mayor do not represent the city’s definitive list.
Maurice Cox will lead the city’s development in the fall
To celebrate National Hot Dog Day, Oscar Mayer, purveyor of mass produced meat links, announced it’s renting out its Weinermobile.
The mixed-use building will house nearly 550 students in the coming months.
The hotel and apartment tower slated for 300 N. Michigan Avenue was approved by the Chicago Plan Commission.
From colorful, graphic walls to a large hand-shaped sofa, this Bridgeport home is a bona fide visual feast.
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Scorching heat and thunderstorms through the weekend
The 896-foot South Loop tower is officially open for business.
With architectural innovation and historical significance, these neighborhood gems are worth the ticket price.
Four are on the South Side, one is on the West Side
The popular HGTV program was hit with multiple citations.
Meet the next generation of supertall buildings.
The colorful exterior has major curb appeal
Experts worked hard to match the grandeur of its opening in 1889
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.
A hula-hooping cyclist’s quest for more bike lanes—and more bus lanes, too.
Chicagoans named the gator Chance the Snapper
Enjoy panoramic views from the West Side
The Wacker Drive project was charged with discharging waste water directly into the Chicago River.
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.
Explore the markets with yoga classes and free bike valet.
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.
The developer has big plans for the shuttered grocery store at 3460 N. Broadway.
The enormous outdoor space is ideal for entertaining and taking advantage of warm summer days.