The three-bedroom home manages to be comfortable while still holding true to its minimalist roots.
Designed by Andrew Rebori and later reconfigured by Bertrand Goldberg, the historic property last sold in 2006.
The Blackhawks captain is the latest celebrity to call No. 9 Walton home.
See what this price point gets you in Gold Coast, Kenwood and Lincoln Square.
The sidelined winger purchased the three-bedroom condominium in 2010.
The renovated one-bedroom home features high-end finishes and Lake Michigan views.
The renovated space earned an American Institute of Architects award in 2017.
The old brownstone has languished in the market for years.
Two years have passed since the expected ground breaking date
The custom duplex was designed by Chicago’s Krueck + Sexton Architects in 1992.
The married television personalities purchased the Victorian brownstone in 2013 for $2.125 million.
The spacious duplex residence offers some pretty sweet views.
A rendering showing a 30-story tower has surfaced online.
That’s on top of the $58.75 million that Illinois’ richest resident paid for the four-level space.
The raw, four-level space is officially Chicago’s priciest home sale ever.
The high-end downtown home has been on and off the market for three years.
The 1891 home and half-acre yard was purchased by the neighboring Latin School of Chicago.
The eight-story project will be the first new building to rise along North Lake Shore Drive in many years.
The transaction represents Chicago’s priciest home sale of 2017.
The Gold Coast museum and neighboring mansion are available as a bundled pair.
The 1930’s Mark Twin Hotel is being renovated under Chicago’s SRO Preservation Ordinance
The slow-to-sell historic home features an original Tiffany stained glass skylight.
The pricey four-bedroom property is available as a single unit or as two smaller condos.
A new time-lapse follows the construction of the Sinclair apartment tower at Clark and Division
The 8,000-square-foot Gold Coast home is tied for Chicago’s 11th priciest residential listing.
The renovated home features four bedrooms, six bathrooms, and a very blue home office
Fans of historic Chicago housing stock will find a lot to like here
The 18-story State Street hotel includes 180 guest rooms, two restaurants, and a rooftop pool.
The spacious Gold Coast home was created combining three smaller units.
A Gold Coast tower with a heavy dose of West Loop chic.
This cozy but extensively updated condo unit features restored bright blue old-school steel cabinets.
This thoroughly rehabbed one-bedroom unit on Wells Street can be had for $325,000.
Located at the edge of Chicago’s Old Town and Gold Coast, the long-delayed project changed owners and architects earlier this spring.
Several large—and undoubtedly very expensive—plans to create new beaches, trails, and parkland are reportedly still under consideration.
The heavily renovated property is a short walk from the Mag Mile and lakefront.
The upcoming Shore Club will debut three new restaurant and lounge concepts this August.
The roomy downtown Chicago home offers a pleasant mix of historic details and modern amenities.
Seeking $1,400 per foot, this spacious high-end home rivals those found in some of Chicago’s priciest new buildings.
Penned by legendary Chicago architect John Wellborn Root of Burnham & Root fame, the structure’s 1891 facade conceals an updated—albeit completely non-original—interior.