In 1965, architect Harry Weese designed the 23-unit condo building
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The historic Lincoln Park residence was carefully restored and updated.
"Fleet Fields" will open later this month, according to Alderman Hopkins.
A fresh all-white update brightens up this older home.
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This contemporary home was meant for entertaining.
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Before work can begin, the zoo will say goodbye to its current pride of lions.
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The North Branch megadevelopment is facing a legal challenge from a pair of local activist groups.
The votes represent the final legislative hurdle for the transformative megadevelopments.
Lawmakers will have more time to review the tax increment financing for the riverfront megadevelopments.
The 538-unit Lincoln Common development welcomed its first residents.
The spacious third-floor unit could give newer single-family homes a run for their money.
The vote cements the legacy of outgoing Mayor Rahm Emanuel—for better or worse
The massive North Branch project heads to the City Council for a final vote on Wednesday.
As Chicago’s political landscape shifts, Sterling Bay’s North Branch megadevelopment hangs in the balance.
The $54 million project will create new spaces to perform, educate, and socialize.
The $900 million district will fund infrastructure improvements in and around the megadevelopment.
Opening February 28, the installation explores the relationship between citizenship and design.
Vintage details, pops of color, and painted wallpaper
The transformative North Branch development is facing an increasingly steep uphill road at City Hall.
Originally built in 1892, the heavily renovated residence was quick to go under contract.
The Plan Commission approved the project less than one week after the developer revealed major changes.
The North Branch megadevelopment is headed for a key zoning vote with the backing of Alderman Hopkins.
Sterling Bay continues to tweak the massive North Branch project as its races towards a key zoning vote next week.
The polarizing North Side megaproject could go before the Chicago Plan Commission on January 24.
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The move could clear a path for future transit options connecting downtown and Lincoln Yards.
CIVL responds to Sterling Bay’s lack of transparency with a list of recommendations
Neighbors asked about open space, density and transit
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Anticipating a construction boom across the street, the adaptive reuse project is racing toward a summer completion date
Developer Sterling Bay has lowered skyscrapers and added more open space to its massive North Branch campus.
After two years and no takers, Chicago’s most expensive home is no longer for sale.