Opening February 28, the installation explores the relationship between citizenship and design.
The 30-acre "River District" project has zoning for more than a dozen mixed-use buildings.
Vintage details, pops of color, and painted wallpaper
Watch the famous architect sketch the 76-story NEMA Chicago tower by hand.
The state’s top official is committed to selling the controversial postmodern building.
From parks to museums and schools
New vending machines aim to improve the rider experience and earn the CTA some extra cash.
Take a look at West Town, Streeterville, and Uptown
Local drivers wasted an average of 138 hours in traffic last year.
The modern center has apartments, a cafe, counseling, and workshops.
The art-filled home features leather floors, oxidized steel walls, and a glass solarium.
Lawmakers propose lifting the ban and laying groundwork for rent control.
Rents start at $1,975 per month.
For when you just need a minute.
A fixer-upper with an interesting past.
The city hopes to complete temporary repairs before Tuesday’s afternoon rush hour.
Check out properties in Bucktown, North Center, and Bronzeville
Monday’s storm left trees, street signs, and bikes covered in ice
Ida B. Wells Drive is downtown Chicago’s first street named for African-American woman.
A lakehouse in the city.
The tech company is "exploring alternatives" after facing intense opposition in the Empire State.
The supersized project extends far beyond building a new terminal.
The Wild Mile will have habitats for bees, butterflies, fish and birds
Legler Branch will now get $11.5 million investment
Renters save, but not for long.
61 E. Banks fills the pricy downtown neighborhood’s last undeveloped lakefront parcel.
See midcentury modern, luxury, and one-of-a-kind mantels.
The grand South Side home is a pleasing blend of 19th century charm and modern convenience.
The yellow brick home has midcentury modern vibes
The Oak Park lineup includes bonus access to Chicago’s iconic Robie House and Rookery Building.
Will the $1 billion tunnel project survive a post-Emanuel City Hall?
The architecture event will address policy, education and activism in the field.
The South Loop neighborhood is adding another 349 apartments to the mix.
Chicago airports saw with 105 million passengers in 2018
The architecturally significant residence has been on and off the market since 2010.