A look at the 58 projects in the pipeline.
It’s an airy, 2,000-square-foot unit.
The spacious three-bedroom home features designer touches and a private rooftop deck.
Ravenswood and Bucktown are early favorites in 2020, according to a Domu report.
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These properties make working from home a joy.
See rustic lofts and high-rise penthouses.
The massive development transforms the former H2O Plus site near Mary Bartelme Park.
Enjoy open floorplans, high ceilings, exposed brick, raw concrete, or timber beams.
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A 24-story tower begins its climb next to the Eisenhower Expressway.
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The redesigned project will rise 33 stories and bring 555 rental units to the hot West Loop area.
Options include apartments in the West Loop, Uptown, and Oakland.
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Explore properties in Lakeview, Bronzeville, and the West Loop.
The long-discussed project could use West Loop TIF funds, according to Alderman Burnett.
The 550-foot proposal would be Chicago’s tallest building west of the Kennedy Expressway.
It overlooks Mary Bartelme Park
The 43-story rental development comes from NY architect Morris Adjmi.
A massive proposal for 1200 W. Fulton is back with a new design.
There are 30-foot ceilings.
The apartment offers sweeping floor-to-ceiling views from nearly 500 feet in the air.
The SOM-designed adaptive reuse project was recognized for "enhancing the built environment of the community."
The developments call for 243 more rental units and 259 hotel rooms.
The eighth-floor penthouse has private elevator access and an 850-square-foot private terrace.
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The 19-story building will rise at the corner of Fulton Market and Halsted.
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The developments include no on-site parking, sparking traffic concerns.
The 13-story development replaces the AmeriGas propane facility.
The Commission also approved a 22-story Gold Coast tower and a lakefront AIDS garden.
The artsy two-bedroom pad is perfect for entertaining.
There’s 12-foot ceilings and a plant-filled balcony.
The units would be spread across two sites along Randolph Street.
The "Amylu Collection" would transform both sides of Lake Street between May and Racine.
Developers pitch glassy high-rises for 920 and 800 W. Lake Street.
The hotel and apartment tower slated for 300 N. Michigan Avenue was approved by the Chicago Plan Commission.