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The unique adaptive reuse project has been granted its first construction permit.
It’s time to decide which Chicago neighborhood reigns supreme
If approved, the new development at Broadway and Sunnyside would deliver 144 rental units to the North Side neighborhood.
The famed Claude Seymour House is back to reclaim the title of Uptown’s priciest listing.
A 24-unit Clark Street rental development failed to win over neighbors and the local alderman
After nearly three years—and $203 million—the multi-phase overhaul is coming to an end
The proposal would raze the existing 135-year-old building at 1521 W. Wilson
The 1920’s structure served as a community center for Chicago’s Native American population for 50 years.
Located a short walk from the Wilson CTA stop, the new development will include 33 apartments and no parking.
Uptown is a great value for growing families or those who need the extra space
The project at Wilson and Sheridan was approved at today’s meeting of the Chicago Plan Commission.
If you’re looking for a new home along the CTA’s busiest transit line, you’re in luck
If approved, the plan would transform the vacant building at 5050 N. Clark into a 100-seat cabaret space.
The new two- and three-bedroom units are asking well over the $500,000 threshold
The five properties include a mix of residential and commercial units.
With nearly 6,000 signatures gathered, preservationists are pushing leaders to take action on the Uptown Theatre.
The newly-listed Uptown condo features hardwood floors, a rear deck, and a spacious living room.
Another 132 units will join the existing postmodern structure on Montrose Avenue.
No stone was left unturned in the renovation of this classic Tudor Revival residence in Uptown.
Closed since 2013, the former Arts & Crafts style Chicago public school will soon reopen as 64 loft-style luxury apartments.
A recently created petition urging leaders to restore the movie palace has already earned 1,500 signatures.
Built during Chicago's gilded age, this mansion boasts classical ornamentation and architectural details.
This charming 19th century home offers a nice mix of original details and modern amenities.
Known as Eight Eleven Uptown, the mixed-use project will deliver 373 residential units to the corner of Montrose and Claredon
A plan for a new mixed-user on Clark Street has reduced its unit count and height.
The handsome five-bedroom home from 1905 has knocked $400k off its asking price since last year.
Apartment search site Domu crunched April listing numbers to provide a portrait of the rental landscape
The Truc Lam Buddhist Temple property on Wilson Avenue has listed for $2M.
Despite being a TOD, the five-story project at 4537 N. Clark Street features large units and a surprising amount of parking.
Two residential projects containing a combined 70 units will head to Chicago’s Zoning Board of Appeals later this month.
The new 10-story development will replace a gas station.
The development would include a mix of 4,- 3-, 2- and 1-bedroom apartments, ground floor retail space, 62 parking spaces, and six affordable-rate units on-site.
The former public school building will soon feature 64 new residences
Ald. James Cappleman says that recent feedback has influenced the redesign of the tower proposed for 975 W. Wilson