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Harry Caray’s ‘Groundhog Day’ tribute reunites cast of 1993 film

It was an event unlikely to ever repeat, eight cast members of ‘Groundhog Day’ reuniting at Navy Pier to honor Harold Ramis, the Chicago native who directed and co-wrote the 1993 film.

Bally’s: Is there something fishy along the river?

Professional gamblers are laughing at Bally’s inept roll of the dice to launch its casino in Chicago.

Tech CEO killed in corporate event accident owned last unit at Trump Tower

The 89th floor penthouse was the last of 486 units that were originally owned by Donald Trump.

Class action suit alleges law firm wrongly tried to collect unpaid condo association fees

A class action lawsuit has been filed against condominium law firm Kovitz Shifrin Nesbit, accusing the firm of allegedly unlawfully attempting to collect unpaid association fee debts from unit owners.

Declining rates will stimulate 2024 Chicago home market

The stabilizing and lowering of home loan interest rates should be a stimulus for the 2024 spring residential real estate season in Chicago.

Construction starts at 400 Lake Shore

With construction financing in place, actual construction has started on 400 Lake Shore, starting with the 72-story north tower that will add 1.1 million square feet of residential space and 4.5 acres of public green space to Streeterville.

Affirmative defenses denied in environmental lawsuit against Trump Tower

A lawsuit over how much water Trump International Hotel & Tower withdraws from and discharges back into the Chicago River is now in its sixth year.

New law requires new homes and residential buildings to power electric vehicles

The sun truly is setting on the muscle car era.

The cloud won’t save you. Back up everything on a hard drive.

Before you close the books on 2023, make sure you’ve taken these simple steps to secure the digital pictures, emails, and files that matter to you. Because sooner or later you’re going to get hacked.

Marina City commercial property sold

Pebblebrook Hotel Trust says it has sold retail and parking space at the riverfront complex for $30 million to ‘a third party,’ which reportedly is Sperry Equities, a commercial real estate investment firm based in Irvine, California.