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The West Loop, one of the best Chicago neighborhoods, will soon be home to one of the most expensive Chicago luxury rentals in town. Los Angeles-based Ares Management LLC and Chicago investor Seth Martin sold the building at 1313 W. Randolph Street to an affiliate of J.P. Morgan Investment Management Inc. last month for $32.5 […]
February 27th, 2014
The South Loop is getting a tune-up – or more like an over-haul. The neighborhood located immediately south of Chicago’s Loop, known for areas including Printer’s Row and Dearborn Park, is hot with a flurry of new construction. Recent development of the area, that first gained popularity for the desirable proximity to the lakefront, Soldier […]
February 25th, 2014
The effects of supply and demand has caused rent at downtown Chicago luxury apartments to fall as buildings continue to pile up quicker than this winter’s snowfall. Developers have built an influx of properties to cater to buyers who either chose to rent amid fears of plummeting condo prices or who could not get approved […]
February 25th, 2014