Condo lifestyle, softball among Loop North’s most-viewed stories of 2017
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CONDOMINIUM LIFESTYLE

(Above) An authentic, Chicago-style softball game being played in Grant Park. Photo obtained from 16 Inch Softball Hall of Fame.

2-Jan-18 – The dark side of living in a condominium, the Chicago Riverwalk, and 16-inch softball were among the most popular topics to readers of Loop North News last year.

Loop North published 250 news stories in 2017. These are the ten most-viewed...

1. Shutting down Grant Park softball may be Rahm’s political mistake
(3-Apr-17)
2. Gold Coast condo backs away from threat to fine owner over door-dropped letter
(25-Mar-17)
3. Upscale Portage Park arrives as investors and home buyers march west
(30-Sep-17)
4. Loop dermatologist convicted of fraud files motion for new trial
(24-Jul-17)
Audubon Dermatology (Left) A dermatologist treats a patient with intense pulsed light.
5. Condo, HOA owners dissatisfied with ‘carefree’ life
(16-Jan-17)
6. Millennials priced out of new condo market downtown
(5-Mar-17)
7. Law firm sends ‘anonymous’ email to condo owner, forgets IP address was recorded
(3-May-17)
8. City looks to concessionaires to help make Riverwalk better-looking
(30-Apr-17)
(Right) Visitors, two and four-legged, to the Chicago Riverwalk. Photo by Steven Dahlman. Photo by Steven Dahlman
9. Apartment building will replace last undeveloped space along Lake Shore Drive
(12-Jun-17)
10. Condominium property act revamp could give owners needed support
(29-Apr-17)

By Steven Dahlman | Loop North News | sdahlman@loopnorth.com

Published 2-Jan-18 1:40 AM

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