The City of Chicago just announced it will plant 6,260 trees by the end of October —800 more than originally planned. That's good news for city dwellers who like breathing air, saving on air conditioning bills, driving on unflooded streets and having fewer ozone days.
If you only get one chance to make a great first impression, condo and apartment lobbies in Chicago have set a high water mark for oohing and aahing prospective buyers and gawkers alike.
While telecommuting reports tend to focus on productivity and benefits, there's another angle – if you're going to work at home, where do you work?
Over-sized Georgian in move-in condition.
Huge price reduction on multi-family brick 2-flat.
Let's take a look at the top 5 most expensive Chicago real estate sold so far in 2014.
Raised ranch with full walkout basement in Irving Park.
The lowly mudroom, the forgotten stepchild of home design, has started getting some attention from architects and home designers.
For just one dollar shy of $3 million, you could be the new owner of Chicago's most distinctive home.