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Find places with grass, off-leash beaches, and small dog runs.
The attractive home has a private roofdeck and was featured in West Elm’s design blog.
Get into the Art Institute, Shedd Aquarium, and the Field Museum for free.
Vacant stores offer a unique opportunity for developers to add new housing and retail to Portage Park and Galewood.
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The proposal calls for 146 apartments, retail, and parking for 240 cars.
The extra wide lot and 6,000-square-feet of space feels more like a castle than a house.
Megadevelopments got enough spotlight this year
This could mean a lot more development across the South and West sides.
The Chicago Bungalow Association considered 78 nominees.
The expanded service aims to address overcrowding on the line’s busy O’Hare branch.
Street closures, CTA extra service and events you should know
This interesting North Side home offers an unusual twist on the classic Chicago bungalow concept.
The mixed-use development at Western Avenue and Pratt Boulevard is ready to break ground.
The 1914 North Side home is on the market for the first time in over 14 years
The first phase will see the delivery of 403 mixed-income residences along the Chicago River
Uptown is a great value for growing families or those who need the extra space
You can get a lot for your money in this far North Side neighborhood
The three-story building at 5525 W. Diversey Avenue will replace a vacant bank with 98 affordable units
After years of planning, the Lakeview Chamber of Commerce has finally unveiled a conceptual design
If you’re looking for a new home along the CTA’s busiest transit line, you’re in luck
More than three years after a harsh winter claimed Andersonville’s beloved water tower, a replica has been installed.
This brick three-flat oozes with classic Chicago apartment character.
Featuring a bright living room and retro wall tiles, this four-bedroom home has had just two owners since 1954.
Developers are knocking down more buildings in these two neighborhoods than anywhere else in Chicago.
A handful of 19th century buildings in Lincoln Park and the Gold Coast are likely candidates for demolition.
The plan would help expand the public housing voucher program to more racially and economically diverse areas of Chicago.
Following multiple public meetings in 2016, a four-story new developed near the Edison Park Metra station was effectively killed yesterday as the 41st Ward Zoning Advisory Committee.
A 44-unit rental project in Edison Park is the latest battleground in a fierce political war being waged between 41st Ward Alderman Anthony Napolitano and Democratic Committeeman Tim Heneghan.