Occupying the entire 23rd floor of the Windy City’s iconic art deco Palmolive Building, this spacious four-bedroom home offers high-end finishes, wrap-around Lake Michigan views, and an unbeatable location along Chicago’s Mag Mile.
The completed deal clears a path for the mixed-use redevelopment the 36-story Chicago landmark and its adjacent parcels. Plans are expected to include a combination of retail, office, residential, and hotel uses.
The upcoming Apple store designed by world-renown architecture firm Foster + Partners has reached a construction milestone with the installation of its crane. The 20,000 square foot project also includes a grand staircase along the river's edge.
While the final sale price is certainly a substantial drop from the original $10.85 million asking price, the recent sale represents the highest price per square foot paid for an unfinished residence in the city’s history.
The deal, which could be worth as much as $250 million, not only involves the Tribune Tower itself but also an opportunity to develop the surface parking lot located just east of the famous Mag Mile structure.
The transformation of the former offices of advertising giant DraftFCB into the Conrad Chicago hotel is moving along, and now we have an early look at how the hotel will look when it opens later this summer.
Though high on historic charm and potential for rehabilitation, this 19th-century building's high-density DX-12 downtown zoning allowance means the site is also being marketed for high-rise redevelopment.
If the 2009 Sears to Willis Tower name change wasn’t enough to confuse and anger locals, Chicagoans might have to get used to a renamed John Hancock Center if its commercial owner, the Hearn Company, lands a new corporate partner.
While the planned redevelopment of Chicago’s iconic Tribune Tower has reportedly been on the table for a while, an upcoming sale of the 1925 neo-Gothic high-rise could see the landmarked structure repurposed as condos, rentals, or a hotel.
This four-bedroom condo located just a block off Michigan Avenue is as stylish as it is spacious thanks to contemporary interiors crafted by designer Kara Mann. At 4,400 square feet, the roominess does not comes cheap.
The proposed plan by Chicago landscape architects Site Design Group calls for new landscaping and play equipment that will reference the historic architecture of the nearby Old Chicago Water Tower, pumping station, and fire house No. 98.