Imagine working from the unit’s sunny home office.
This is the athlete’s third property in the Chicago area.
The cozy home blends has unique Art Deco details.
The project gets more than a million dollars in new funding.
The all-black exterior is hard to miss.
Options include a coliving apartment in Pilsen and a one-bedroom with original details in an Irving Park.
Stay warm by the brick fireplace.
An elegant skylight, dramatic atrium, and minimalist kitchen.
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The historic landmark is being partially rebuilt at the southwest corner of Clark Street and North Avenue.
The cozy condo is one of six units in the historic Theophil Studios building.
The Plan Commission’s December agenda looks anything but boring.
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The 261-unit North Avenue development landed its first construction permit.
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The 91-year-old Carling Hotel is the first SRO property to be saved under a recently adopted City Hall initiative
The developers will save the facade of the historic Village Theater building
The Old Town proposal would contain 105 residences and 25 parking spaces.
The 11-story project would replace a North Avenue strip mall.
Earlier versions of the proposed development were rejected for being too tall and dense.
The high-rise is the second of three tower planned for Chicago’s old Atrium Village site.
The contemporary property is a far cry from its more traditional neighbors.
The home’s traditional 1870’s exterior provides no hints to the upgrades inside.
The 32-story mixed-use building will eventually be joined by two taller towers.
Ald. Brian Hopkins told residents that he will not support the North Avenue project’s request for a zoning change.
Fans of historic Chicago housing stock will find a lot to like here
Once a live/work space for artists, the 3,500-square-foot residence is full of bespoke tile work, wood carvings, and stained glass.
Replacing Old Town’s Noble Horse Theatre, the upcoming residential project started life as apartments before later shifting to condominiums.
The upcoming building at North and Wieland will contain 60 apartment units and just 20 parking spaces.
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.
Slated for redevelopment, the now-demolished equestrian facility dated back to the late 19th century.
The Wells Street development replaces a cluster of demolished older buildings, including the former Bistrot Margot space.
Located across from Chicago’s Latin School, the ‘101 North’ project is moving forward with a new design.
A handful of 19th century buildings in Lincoln Park and the Gold Coast are likely candidates for demolition.