In the middle of the largest economic halt in living history, Salesforce Tower is pressing ahead.
You can take a cinematic tour of 1980s Chicago featured in the classic John Hughes film.
Those diagnosed with COVID-19 or are awaiting test results will be housed in hotels to alleviate strain on hospitals.
Not a fan of working from home? These spots have free wifi, good coffee, and plenty of outlets.
An extensive gut rehab brings this midcentury modern condo into the 21st century.
Find places with grass, off-leash beaches, and small dog runs.
High-rises with luxury dog spas, two-flats with big backyards, or perhaps a mix of both?
Downtown’s luxury apartment boom isn’t ready to give up the ghost just yet.
Chicago’s long-discussed third observation deck is ready to start taking shape.
The new designation protects 15 post-fire buildings on Chicago’s Near North Side.
Get into the Art Institute, Shedd Aquarium, and the Field Museum for free.
The long-discussed project could use West Loop TIF funds, according to Alderman Burnett.
With more rush hour enforcement, bus service could actually get more reliable.
Some of the most expensive trips will be downtown areas where there is lots of public transit.
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The office development, Union Station Tower, will open in 2022.
In the final weeks of the city’s largest architecture festival, see exhibits that challenge the industry.
Looking for an unforgettable Chicago wedding venue? Start here.
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The 20th-floor residence boasts a 1,400-square-foot floorplan with an upgraded kitchen and baths.
Architects will pitch sustainable development projects as part of the global design competition.
Here’s where to find the holiday magic.
The Willy Wonka of coffee has arrived.
Fixing the city’s increasing car traffic and declining transit ridership is complicated.
Datasets show where the city needs to improve the Affordable Housing Ordinance.
Trains, parks, and landmarks get festive for the winter season.
Half of the increase will go to underserved neighborhoods.
Surprising facts about the urban holiday celebration.
Struggling neighborhoods will get more attention.
There could be fewer places to vote for the 2020 election.
See an injured or dead bird? Ring the Chicago Bird Collision Monitors.
Clean water is basic human right for all residents, officials said.
The end of October saw low temps, record snow, and high winds.
More resources and early intervention for vulnerable students.
The ride-hailing company claims it violates state law.
Find the perfect backdrop that isn’t an overrun tourist trap.
Ride-hailing trips have increased by 271 percent since 2015.
Iconic work from Picasso to Miro and Chagall.