Developer Sterling Bay has taken the wraps off of its plan for the sprawling industrial site
The measure aims to boost the number of affordable units on the city’s Near North and Near West sides.
The property’s prime Milwaukee Avenue location is expected to fetch millions.
The plan’s developer seeks to bring 37 new apartments near the popular 606 trail.
After two years of construction, one of the Windy City’s worst traffic bottlenecks has been made safer for cars, bikes, and people.
A developer has filed a zoning application to construct a new four-story medical office building at the intersection of Webster and Lister.
One of the largest zoning changes in recent city history, the move clears a path for the industrial corridor corridor to support new, mixed-use development.
A newly revealed marketing image hints at some of the improvements developer Sterling Bay has in store for the North Branch Corridor.
With City Hall removing barriers for new development, what should the corridor look like in the future?
Rents at The Western start at $1,900 per month for a one-bedroom unit and go up to $3,600 for a two-bedroom apartment.
The former industrial structure at 1760 N. Milwaukee Avenue landed an interior renovation permit earlier this week.
The sunny unit is located just a stone’s throw from the popular 606 trail.
The large four-bedroom home features a soaring glass living room and bamboo landscaping.
The longtime industrial corridor is beginning its major transition with new mixed-use development.
Two neighborhood grocery stores in new developments are slated to open this month.
The charming three-bedroom home features an open first level, original hardwood floors and a landscaped rear yard.
Previously a mechanics garage, the 7,600-square-foot home features six bedrooms, five bathrooms, a designer chef’s kitchen, and a central glass-enclosed patio.
This month’s upcoming meeting of the Chicago Plan Commission is shaping up to be an important one.
The $75 million expansion will see the addition of a new 55-room hotel.
This large three-bedroom loft can be rented for $3,600 per month.
True industrial lofts make for surprisingly cozy residences.
Two residential projects containing a combined 70 units will head to Chicago’s Zoning Board of Appeals later this month.
This colorful and photogenic condo offers many upgrades and a great Bucktown location.
The nicely appointed loft has previously been featured in Apartment Therapy.
The 1800 block of Milwaukee could see the addition of not one, but two more transit-oriented residential projects with low parking ratios.
The Lincoln Park fitness club will unveil its $75 million expansion this July.
The future of the rapidly-changing riverfront industrial corridor will be publicly discussed on the evening of February 21st. City planners will then tweak a finalized land use plan for the area.
This spacious and fully modernized North Avenue home can now be had for $1.25 million.
A local group has released a newly-commissioned master plan to improve the area for residents, shoppers, and commuters.
This large home sold for $3.1M in 2013, becoming one of the highest prices ever paid in the neighborhood.
For a buyer looking for an unorthodox and decidedly "Chicago" home, this former tavern turned three-bedroom home could hit the spot.
The new piece of public art will light up the 606 trail at 4:00 p.m. this coming Saturday
Reminiscent of a cartoon face, this cute but unique North Side residence is an unorthodox mashup of classic 19th century brickwork and 20th century modernism.
an under-construction project for the Western and Milwaukee intersection in Bucktown is looking to tap into the bocce ball craze by building a court on its rooftop deck.
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The second annual Walk with Light takes place on The 606 on December 11. Hundreds of visitors are expected to take over the trail with LED lights.
If you’re into rock climbing—like, really into it—this may be the home for you. Located in Bucktown, this top-floor three-bedroom, two-bathroom condo includes some neat extras, including a rock climbing wall in the garage.
Current renderings offer a better idea of how the project will look once completed
While the so-called “606 effect” is no surprise, the extent of the increase is nothing short of staggering