The five-story Artis Senior Living project is ready to rise at a vacant lot near the corner of Ashland and Addison.
The former Chicago Blackhawks star listed his house days after his trade announcement.
The new, two-story building takes elements of its name and design from neighboring Schubas Tavern.
The eight-story, mixed-use development at 3833 N. Broadway will contain 134 dwelling units and up to 20 food vendors.
The parade route will be packed, so it’s best to take public transit, walk, or bike on Sunday morning.
This earthy condo is filled with custom stone and mahogany finishes.
Skylights and a large ‘oculus’ window flood this unique Lakeview home with tons of natural light.
The mixed-use project at 3334 N. Southport Avenue landed a building permit last week.
The multi-phase project includes station and track upgrades plus the controversial ‘Belmont Flyover.’
Built in 1913, the renovated 8,300-square-foot home features rich millwork, stained glass windows, and one enormous backyard.
The new boutique hotel concept features 137 rooms.
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The divine unit features the church’s original bell tower as a home gym.
This unit’s rooftop space features several unique amenities.
For a newer construction, the home offers a lot of character and a prime location near Wrigley.
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 threatened 1905 American Four Square-style mansion at 448 W. Barry Ave. appears to be safe—for now.
Located in a former furniture factory, this roomy home offers a lot of character for a relatively reasonable price.
The new 10-story development will replace a gas station.
A plan to activate space below the ‘L’ tracks with a new pedestrian connection, landscaping, and other public amenities is looking to move forward in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood.
The brand new 2950 N. Sheridan is asking some of the highest rents seen in the latest development cycle.
The new transit-oriented development, which features 90 apartments, welcomed its very first tenants in January.
The group behind the LondonHouse and Godrey Hotel are renovating and rebranding Lakeview’s Days Inn hotel.
A six-story TOD will soon take the place of a vintage three-story building next to the busy Belmont station.
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A bag check at the Addison Red Line station set off a flurry of rumors and unverified claims across social media.
The new Lakeview Target location for Ashland will open in October.
The historic North Side mansion has launched a full-scale PR push to help find a buyer.
The Serbian American Museum is looking to demolish its Frederick Wainwright Perkins-designed home.
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This spacious corner penthouse unit has no issue with a lack of natural lighting.
The 19th century properties were recently listed together and are being marketed to buyers as an opportunity to build a custom 50-foot-wide home.
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The next match is one that pits North Side Cubs fans against the Sox-loving South Side.
The roughly 80-foot-tall building would deliver 120 dwelling units and 11,000 square feet of ground floor retail steps from the Sheridan Red/Purple Line station
Wrigley Field and Lakeview takes on River North and its new sleek, glassy high-rises.