The massive Sterling Bay proposal has been floated for months as one of the city’s top prospective sites in its bid for Amazon’s coveted HQ2.
Sterling Bay and an unnamed parter are buying the iconic skyscraper at 875 N. Michigan Ave. for more than $300 million, according to Crain’s.
The Chicago Bungalow Association worked with the American Institute of Architects on plans, digital renderings and estimates for bungalow renovations.
The deal between Mansueto Properties to purchase the Mag Mile landmark from a consortium led by BDT Capital Partners became official on Friday.
Developers hope to add apartments and a hotel to the historic station’s blocklong building.
South suburban homeowners in Cook County have been socked with higher property tax increases than their north suburban or city neighbors.
A vivacious group of senior citizens occupied the Chicago Housing Authority’s downtown office lobby on Tuesday morning.
Preliminary plans call for 330 hotel rooms and 404 residential units to be built above Union Station, as well as an adjacent office building.
Amazon is evaluating 20 finalist cities for the 50,000-job economic prize known as HQ2; the city and state have offered $2.25 billion in incentives.
THE WATCHDOGS: Powerful Ald. Edward M. Burke’s law firm had worked for Trump for 12 years, winning property tax cuts totaling more than $14 million.
4400 Grove will feature two 42-unit four-story buildings and about 15,200 square feet of retail space on the buildings’ ground floors.
Quenchers opened it’s doors in 1979 as a bar that hosted live music acts.
According to a new report from Zillow, 26 percent of millennials in Chicago live with their mother. Chicago ranks fifth on the list.
“The good news is, your home is worth more,” said a spokesman for Cook County Assessor Joe Berrios. “The bad news is, your home is worth more.”
MITCHELL: Fifty years after the Fair Housing Act was enacted, black homeownership far lags that for whites. Some people are trying to help fix that.