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Chicago’s first-time home buyers stuck in apartment jail

Would-be first-time home buyers are in a vice grip between ever higher apartment rents and mortgage interest rate creep.

35 East Wacker sold

Two Chicago-based real estate development and investment firms, The Prime Group and CRG, say their joint venture will ‘rejuvenate and preserve’ the landmarked building.

What do you do when the boss doesn’t get it?

We’ve all been there, working for someone who seems particularly clueless. But you’re not helpless. A user’s guide to managing your incompetent manager.

North Side home sales bounce up in April

Like a fresh breath of spring, home sales on Chicago’s North Side rebounded in April, spinning out of a three-month nosedive.

Piper’s Alley fight over rezoning that could allow more towers in Old Town

Residents of Old Town had enough concerns about one 44-story apartment tower proposed for a vacant parking lot on North LaSalle Street. Now it’s beginning to look like two more towers are planned.

River North resident on fourth attempt to unseat Quigley in Illinois 5th District

Seemingly undeterred, and unabashedly pro-Trump, a River North condominium unit owner is on his fourth attempt to defeat Illinois 5th District Congressman Mike Quigley.

Alderman, mayor at odds over plan to only partially close Clark Street for outdoor dining

A plan to only partially close a three-block stretch of Clark Street in River North for outdoor dining is giving 42nd Ward Alderman Brendan Reilly a sour stomach.

Is Glendale AZ the next entertainment capital of the world?

Sports, music, and outdoor adventure are the hot ticket for sun-drenched fun.

Old Town residents fight proposed 44-story tower

The Battle of Old Town, circa 2024, is underway as residents and building owners in the coveted historic district push back against a proposed apartment tower.

Average downtown luxury apartment rents hit $3100 for first time

Luxury apartment rents in downtown Chicago and on the Near North Side are on an upward elevator ride.