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The North Branch megadevelopment is facing a legal challenge from a pair of local activist groups.
"Art on theMART" will debut extended hours and new programming on May 13.
The 19-story tower at 800 W. Fulton was one of several projects approved by the Chicago Plan Commission.
The Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce released a study touting the benefits of the 34-acre development.
The "Chicago Prize" is seeking community-driven projects to revitalize under-invested areas.
With demolition coming to end, the 969-foot-tall development is ready to dig in.
The 47-story Cirrus condo development will begin welcoming residents in 2021.
The architecturally significant Elmhurst, Illinois, property has struggled to find a buyer.
Wood beams, exposed brick, two balconies, and windows everywhere.
Opponents of the 100-unit development want to see more parking and open space for the rest neighborhood.
Meet the next generation of supertall buildings.
The spacious Tudor Revival style condo spans three levels.
The developments would bring more than 350 new units to the intersection of Sedgwick and Schiller.
The new developments would offer a combined 470 new rental units.
The historic Park Manor two-flat was listed for $110K but sold for $226K.
The votes represent the final legislative hurdle for the transformative megadevelopments.
Contemporary family living behind a historic 1906 facade.
The new building will serve as a new gateway to the university’s east campus.
The state’s top elected official has established a two-year timeline to sell the controversial postmodern icon.
Lawmakers will have more time to review the tax increment financing for the riverfront megadevelopments.
The midcentury modern unit features custom furniture crafted by its design-savvy owners.
The 182-room boutique development is an effortlessly cool place to stay, eat, and work.
These challengers ran—and won—by opposing the city’s status quo.
The adaptive reuse project is the latest hotel development headed to the McCormick Square entertainment district.
The sprawling Near West Side hospital complex wants to become a hub for life science innovation.
As Superior House breaks ground, 312 W. Huron has been called off.
The Highland Park compound is a daring mix of cylinders, rectangles, and wedges.