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Former Chicago Motor Club building in Loop Now a New Hampton Inn

June 1st, 2015

Renovations to the former home of the Chicago Motor Club building at 68 E. Wacker have been completed and a brand new Hampton Inn Chicago will soon open its doors officially to the public. Featuring 14 floors providing 143 rooms, the new Loop hotel pays homage to the building’s historical past within its halls and […]

Stretch of Chicago Riverwalk Expansion Opens

May 29th, 2015

The first stretch of the long-awaited Chicago Riverwalk Expansion is finally open, marking the beginning of the end for the $100 million project. The current phase of construction isn’t set to be completed until the next month, but the stretch from State Street to Clark Street opened this past weekend, just in time for Memorial […]

Chicago Athletic Association to Be Open to Public for First Time in History

May 28th, 2015

The Chicago Athletic Association building is one of the most famous and architecturally significant buildings in Chicago, and next Wednesday, May 27th, it’s going to be open to the public for the first time in history, as a 241 room hotel. Originally built in 1890, this Venetian gothic building at 12 S. Michigan in the […]

Making Tech Work for Real Estate

May 27th, 2015

One of the fastest growing industries in the world is the tech industry. Many markets wish they could gain the fast paced edge and influence that tech has on the world, but that growth is hard to emulate, especially in the Chicago real-estate market. However, the two can be merged, as there are many groups […]

Architect-owned Rehabbed Bucktown home only $1 million

May 27th, 2015

A newly rehabbed home in Bucktown has hit the market and with a price tag at $1.05 million could be steal for anyone looking to call a truly unique place their new abode. Architect owned and fully renovated in 2004, this Bucktown condo was originally built way back in 1907. The high-end finishes and brick […]

Fulton-Randolph District to Become Historical Landmark

May 26th, 2015

The Fulton-Randolph district was given the okay for a new measure restricting the demolition or alteration of buildings within a specified 74 acre area. The proposed landmark district is an effort to preserve the cultural relevance of Chicago’s historic food-related manufacturing and distribution area. The proposal would affect 142 properties, 87 of which would be […]

Who’s Moving Into Google’s River North Office?

May 23rd, 2015

With Google (and just about everyone else who can get their hands on a piece of land) moving to the Fulton Market district for a bigger office space with all the bells and whistles, there’s the question of who is going to move into Google’s old Chicago HQ as they leave the garage and head […]

Myron Bachman Alien House Drops Price

May 22nd, 2015

There’s a very peculiar looking home in Chicago’s Uptown neighborhood. It sits on an innocuous street surrounded by traditional two and three flats. Yet this home looks nothing like them. It looks more like some sort of neo futurist church that you might pass on a crazy race across the post-apocalyptic desert in Mad Max. […]

New Apartment Complex to Replace River North Ed Debevic’s

May 21st, 2015

For many, Ed Debevic’s is a Chicago tradition on par with deep dish pizza, posing in front of the United Center Jordan statue, or a disappointing Cubs season. It seems like no visiting tourist leaves the city without first making a stop at the Ed Debevic’s diner, made famous for their diner food served up […]

Historic Logan Square Church for Sale

May 21st, 2015

A historic church that’s in Logan Square is up for sale, after its 114 years residing on the lot which is now up for grabs. Members of St. Luke’s Lutheran Church reached a decision to seek a new location after 90 percent of the church voted in a straw poll in favor of the move […]

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