Curl up with a book in the home’s octagonal turret.
This rehabbed kitchen has a dreamy navy and white color scheme.
Enjoy open floorplans, high ceilings, exposed brick, raw concrete, or timber beams.
This charming three-bedroom won’t last long on the market.
It’s the only home for sale on Beer Baron Row right now.
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Options include unit overlooking the Harold Washington Library and a modern condo in Lakeview.
The banana leaf wallpaper is from the Beverly Hills Hotel
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The four-unit building was constructed in 1898.
The 55-unit "Alcove" project joins the increasingly crowded block bordered by Milwaukee, Division, and Paulina.
1308 N. Elston is an early mover into Chicago’s evolving North Branch Corridor.
The stylish Division Street home offers three bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a spacious rooftop deck.
There’s a gorgeous rooftop space and two wood-burning fireplaces.
Indoor pools are open year-round, and outdoor pools are open from mid-June to Labor Day. Plus, they’re all free.
This stream has:
Make the most of the long weekend, even if summer weather hasn’t shown up in Chicago yet.
Longtime owner putting prime Division Street real estate on the market
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The transformative North Branch development is facing an increasingly steep uphill road at City Hall.
Looking past its historic facade, the three-bedroom residence is surprisingly bright and spacious.
The sweet home was built in 1888.
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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The art lover’s home has high ceilings and a fireplace
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The property won a preservation excellence award
Look for the sculpture at Wood Street and Milwaukee Avenue
A new developer considers new retail plans for the property
1970s TV nostalgia is alive and well in eclectic home.
The 16-story high-rise was one of several developments approved by the Chicago Plan Commission.
Norsman Architects designed the residence with a sliding glass wall
The 15-story building will open in June
The high-profile corner will not support a tall apartment tower after all.
Lakeview bounced out, while former champ Uptown advances on
The Curbed Cup, our annual award for the Chicago neighborhood of the year, has arrived.
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The two-bedroom, two-bath room home features an unusual lofted layout
The Windy City ‘hoods scored well in walkability, transportation, and affordability.