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Printer’s Row may still be a somewhat undiscovered gem of the Chicago real estate scene, but if developers like Marc Realty Residential LLC have their way, it may just become one of the Windy City’s most sought after neighborhoods. In its push to beef up its residential portfolio in the area, MRR—a joint venture between [...]
June 13th, 2013
In the years following the collapse of the housing market, a vast wealth of Chicago condo developers searched for ways to fill their largely empty condominium developments. Constructed on the eve of the collapse, these condos were hungry for owners in a time when very few Chicagoans were prepared to purchase new properties. For many [...]
June 12th, 2013
The Chicago Plan Commission approved yet another proposal for an apartment building in River North, bringing the total of new developments in the neighborhood to six. But with the flurry of new developments, some are wondering how things will look in two or three years, when residents become more interested in owning than renting. Proving [...]
June 10th, 2013