The 836-foot-tall Streeterville tower took almost three years to complete.
The 14-month project unfolds in a matter of seconds.
Looks like it was a pretty frantic winter at the ‘Friendly Confines.’
The city trailer played up Jeff Bezos love of Star Trek
Chicagoans are "all in," says a new campaign video.
A new animation provides the best look yet at the seven-acre redevelopment
The popular downtown amenity was completed roughly one year ago
A retired freight train line became one of Chicago’s most extraordinary parks
A new time-lapse follows the construction of the Sinclair apartment tower at Clark and Division
Step back into the ‘70s with this retro video from Chicago’s transit agency
New drone video footage offers a bird’s-eye perspective of this week’s installation of the Swedish American Museum’s new water tower.
Get up close and personal with the Windy City’s famous skyline in this new time lapse video.
The music video features local rappers Jorge Mikell, Adarah Hale, and Rio.
The photographer used real tilt-shift lenses, not software, to create the footage.
Chicago’s expansive grid system is mesmerizing from above.
The annual tradition draws thousands of onlookers to Chicago River’s main branch.
Construction crews still have another two full years of work before the upscale units are delivered.
Work to prepare the site of Logan Square’s Mega Mall for future redevelopment began in December and has already progressed quite far.
The old office tower will reopen at the end of the month as The Robey
This video perfectly captures the satisfying conclusion of the Cubs storybook season from the heart of Chicago’s Wrigleyville.
This heart-warming video commemorating the Cubs’ World Series victory picked a perfect backdrop to symbolize both the decline and resilience of the Windy City.
Back before the age of the flashy jumbo screens, corporate-branded plazas, and the best regular season record in baseball, the Evanston native was no less enthusiastic about his chosen baseball team and its stadium.
The video’s creator has squeezed eight months of footage into three and a half minutes
It seems as though you can't go anywhere without seeing someone taking a photo or video on their cell phone. However, back in the 1930s, home movie equipment was expensive and complicated.
A nearby office worker has been documenting the construction of the new MILA tower by taking still photographs of the construction site since work began back in 2014.