Sometimes you’re just not ready to buy. But that doesn’t mean you don’t deserve the best. Chicago-based Cedar Street Co. and its FLATS Chicago brand are continuing to reinvent what Chicago apartment living means.
The decision has finally been made and the Obama’s have officially announced that the Obama Presidential Library is headed for the South Side.
Joggers, cyclists, walkers and people watchers rejoice! Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced that the long awaited 606 park project is set to open on June 6. Source It’s been a long time coming for the huge public park and multi-neighborhood trail. Back in the fall of 2013 work began…
Is Chicago rent as expensive as they say? We found some great apartments with plenty of space that beat out similar options in other cities. Check it out!…
What are the coolest places in the city to meet up with some friends and take a load off? Let’s take a look at just a few of the many standout places we love to grab a drink in the city.
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Our coverage of where your favorite Chicago sports teams sleep at night continue with this latest edition focusing on Chicago's Stanley Cup champions Chicago Blackhawks.2 Comments
Owning a car in Chicago is not the easiest thing to do, but some Chicagoans do it anyways. When looking for a home, it's best to know what neighborhoods might be the easiest place to navigate your metal friend through town.
What's new(ish), interesting and in short supply? Answer: Infill neighborhoods – mini subdivisions of 10-25 homes, give or take, usually smack in the middle of a developed city or village.
Ever wonder where your favorite Chicago athletes live when they're not on the court or the field? Is there a certain area of the city of burbs they gravitate towards? Let's take a look at the Chicago Bulls.2 Comments
After a hugely successful roll out in 2013, Divvy is planning to grow in 2014–expanding their stations both north and west.
Legend has it that the village of Buffalo Grove in the northern suburbs of Chicago got its name when bison were seen drinking from a nearby creek. The bison have been gone for almost 300 years, supplanted by many generations of suburb seekers, so today this leafy village…