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Sara Freund is the editor of Curbed Chicago. She oversees the site's editorial operations and writes about housing, architecture, design, transportation, and the environment. Before joining Curbed in 2017, she was a breaking news reporter at the Chicago Sun-Times, a staff writer at Time Out Chicago, and a photojournalist in Dublin at the Irish Times national daily paper. She spends a lot of time biking all around Chicago. (Yes, even in winter.)

Chicago told landlords to ‘show grace.’ Organizers say that’s not enough.

The Autonomous Tenants Union and 45 other groups are demanding local leaders enact a rent freeze.

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Revisit Ferris Bueller’s Chicago

You can take a cinematic tour of 1980s Chicago featured in the classic John Hughes film.

Beloved time capsule home in historic Oak Park asks $535K

Built in 1938, the pink and seafoam green bathrooms remains untouched.

Garfield Green housing project, winner of global design competition, moves ahead

C40’s Reinventing Cities contest asked for green development projects that would fight climate change. Chicago’s winning project steps closer to breaking ground.

Sprawling, sun-drenched concrete loft in West Loop asks $699K

It’s an airy, 2,000-square-foot unit.

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Chicago’s essential hardware stores, mapped

These are essential businesses still open where you can get cleaning supplies, housewares, and maybe even a roll of toilet paper.

Spacious, touched up condo with pops of color in Uptown asks $269K

A two-bedroom in Uptown for this price? We’re in.

Where to go and what to do during Chicago’s coronavirus outbreak

Illinois issued a ‘stay-at-home’ order—here’s what you should know.

Revisit these 8 Curbed Chicago stories that have nothing to do with coronavirus

Highly coveted homes, beautiful historic interiors, and an illustrated architecture guide.

For $499K, a sunny condo in Lincoln Park overlooking trees

The stylishly updated unit has a ton of space.