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No. 9 Walton’s developer has ambitious plans for a $275 million ultra-luxury condominium tower in, you guessed it, the Gold Coast, where most of the highest priced, most luxurious condos in the city are. But his plans could indeed bring an all new meaning of luxury with them. After partnering up with a Chinese financial […]
March 28th, 2015
A chunk of prime Chicago real estate will soon be on the market for anyone looking to be the new landlord of the Nike flagship store on North Michigan Avenue. The five-story Nike store, which includes connected three- and nine-stories buildings on each side of the store, is for sale by a venture of the […]
March 27th, 2015
The City of Chicago’s Zoning board of Appeals approved special-use permits for the Hampton Inn hotel, which would be located at the corner of Sheridan Road and Albion Avenue in the Rogers Park neighborhood. The project, proposed by Loyola University and a developer, received the special-use permits for the six-story, 145-room hotel this past Friday. […]
March 26th, 2015