With a strong economy and mortgage interest rates trending downward, sales of luxury home and condominiums in Chicagos posh lakefront neighborhoods should be robust in 2019.
After suffering through Chicagos Polar Vortex winter, many spring home buyers are putting a cozy fireplace high on their shopping wish list.
A unit owners lawsuit against a Gold Coast condominium association he says retaliated against him for expressing opinions about how it was managed will be allowed to move forward.
A 47-story glass retail, residential, and hotel tower could replace a shuttered building at Michigan Avenue & Wacker Place that once housed a Walgreens.
As mortgage interest rates continue to fall, now is the perfect time for prospective home buyers to get off the fence and dive into the spring house-hunting market.
How much house do you really need? Profit-oriented new home builders, who are always sniffing the winds of change, are targeting smaller, more affordable houses in 2019.
A new 482-unit mixed-income residential complex, including a 21-story high-rise, will be built on the former site of a high school that once served the public housing complex.
You do not need to be a rocket scientist or even a real estate developer to see the future of the Windy City. The Manhattanization of Chicago is in full swing with several multi-billion-dollar projects on the drawing board.
Chicago animal lovers who are apartment hunting this spring should be aware that pet policies are costly and filled with restrictions, especially in luxury high-rises.
A battle between tenant advocacy groups and Chicago apartment landlords is heating up in the Illinois Legislature surrounding a new proposed statewide Rent Control Act.