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Sterling Bay looks to cash out on West Loop loft office
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Sterling Bay looks to cash out on West Loop loft office

Sterling Bay has put one of its first Chicago turnaround projects up for sale, looking to capitalize on demand for loft office buildings downtown....

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Buyers plan to make 'Gatsby' house great again
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Buyers plan to make 'Gatsby' house great again

One of Chicago's greatest literary landmarks, the Lake Forest house that was once home to Ginevra King, a pretty socialite who inspired F. Scott...

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Tinley Park settles pair of housing discrimination cases
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Tinley Park settles pair of housing discrimination cases

Officials in Tinley Park voted to pay $410,000 to settle two lawsuits related to a 2016 housing discrimination controversy that sprang from the...

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Will that old Daley magic still work for Bill?
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Will that old Daley magic still work for Bill?

His obvious lane of support is to run as someone who understands that the business community is part of the formula of what's needed to make...

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Equity Residential aims to sell 2 Manhattan buildings
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Equity Residential aims to sell 2 Manhattan buildings

(Bloomberg)—Equity Residential is marketing two Manhattan apartment buildings and just completed the sale of a third, as it seeks to reduce its...

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Fulton Market property sold to Shapack Partners
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Fulton Market property sold to Shapack Partners

One of the developers that set off the transformation of the Fulton Market District is making its first bet on the western end of the trendy...

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A Fulton Market pioneer sets its sights westward
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A Fulton Market pioneer sets its sights westward

One of the developers that set off the transformation of the Fulton Market District is making its first bet on the western end of the trendy...

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Amazon’s first Chicago store opens today
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Amazon’s first Chicago store opens today

Harried Loop office workers with scant time for lunch will get to try out a new food option today, when Amazon opens its first checkout-free store...

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Ricketts family may not like Ald. Tom Tunney—but Wirtz does
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Ricketts family may not like Ald. Tom Tunney—but Wirtz does

How do you check a sports mogul who’s spending a ton to trash your name? By getting another sports mogul to not only say what a wonderful guy you...

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Someone is buying a superexpensive home here every five days
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Someone is buying a superexpensive home here every five days

Chicago's superluxury home market is having its best year ever as the 1 percent tap their savings from tax cuts and capital gains from the longest...

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Can a new skipper right the ship at Port of Chicago?
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Can a new skipper right the ship at Port of Chicago?

A single sightline at the Port of Chicago reveals two ways to see the place: In the foreground, a sunflower sprouts from a pile of rubble. Behind...

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How a new tax workaround could give West and South sides a boost
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How a new tax workaround could give West and South sides a boost

Chicago's Englewood community isn't inviting for even the most socially conscious real estate developers. In some parts of the crime-ridden South...

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Soon you can dine at Crate & Barrel
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Soon you can dine at Crate & Barrel

Following the lead of Restoration Hardware, Crate & Barrel is opening a full-service restaurant in its Oak Brook Center store. Set to open in...

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Blackstone seeks $18 billion for its biggest real estate fund ever
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Blackstone seeks $18 billion for its biggest real estate fund ever

(Bloomberg) — Blackstone Group LP expects to raise $18 billion for its biggest real estate fund ever. The firm, already the private equity industry...

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This Chicago ZIP code has the highest concentration of millennials in U.S.
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This Chicago ZIP code has the highest concentration of millennials in U.S.

Three out of four residents of a West Loop ZIP code are millennials, the highest concentration of millennials in any urban ZIP code in the nation,...

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United Way of Metro Chicago names new CEO
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United Way of Metro Chicago names new CEO

Sean Garrett, United Way of Metro Chicago's new CEO, will begin work here Sept 26. A career-long United Way employee, he comes to Chicago from...

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Coyote Logistics HQ hits the market
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Coyote Logistics HQ hits the market

The Chicago investor who redeveloped a landmark factory building along the Kennedy Expressway into an office haven for environmentally-friendly...

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Willis Tower's redo centerpiece gets a name—and tenants
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Willis Tower's redo centerpiece gets a name—and tenants

The centerpiece of Willis Tower's ongoing $668 million renovation now has a name and some new tenants that the skyscraper's owner hopes will set...

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Centerpiece of Willis Tower's redo gets a name—and tenants
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Centerpiece of Willis Tower's redo gets a name—and tenants

The centerpiece of Willis Tower's ongoing $668 million renovation now has a name and some new tenants that the skyscraper's owner hopes will set...

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Here's the house he bought after selling his company for $700 million
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Here's the house he bought after selling his company for $700 million

Pat Vihtelic, founder and CEO of Chicago-based meal kit firm Home Chef, which Kroger bought in a $700 million deal in May, and his wife bought a...

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They're going to make eyeliners in Elgin after Rauner trade trip
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They're going to make eyeliners in Elgin after Rauner trade trip

A German cosmetics manufacturer is opening a plant in Elgin with state incentives, giving Gov. Bruce Rauner a chance to credit a trade mission he...

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We're taking out fewer mortgages than at any time in the past 16 years
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We're taking out fewer mortgages than at any time in the past 16 years

Interest rates have been rising quickly but Chicago-area home values haven't, and the result is that Chicagoans are taking out fewer mortgages than...

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Forever 21, Tommy Bahama closing Mag Mile stores
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Forever 21, Tommy Bahama closing Mag Mile stores

The retail churn on the Magnificent Mile is accelerating, with two national chains ditching stores on the famed shopping strip. Forever 21 plans to...

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Forever 21, Tommy Bahama look to close Mag Mile stores
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Forever 21, Tommy Bahama look to close Mag Mile stores

The retail churn on the Magnificent Mile is accelerating, with two national chains ditching stores on the famed shopping strip. Forever 21 plans to...

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Madison Capital moving to new space
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Madison Capital moving to new space

Madison Capital Funding, a Chicago lender to middle-market private-equity firms, is moving to new digs that will nearly double its office space in...

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Impact hiring 50 at expanded Michigan Avenue office
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Impact hiring 50 at expanded Michigan Avenue office

Impact Networking is planning to hire around 50 new employees in Chicago over the coming months and is building out a new Michigan Avenue office to...

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Choose DuPage
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Choose DuPage

SMS Assist Focuses on Customer Service with New Office SMS Assist Focuses on Customer Service with New Office SMS Assist, one of Chicago’s fastest...

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Developer unveils revised Union Station plan
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Developer unveils revised Union Station plan

The boxy glass apartment building atop the headhouse is gone and a 1.5-acre park is new in a revamped plan to redevelop Chicago's historic Union...

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A Logan Square pioneer
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A Logan Square pioneer

A dilapidated vintage greystone two-flat in Logan Square found new life as a sophisticated single-family home in the hands of Chicago architect...

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Check out the Chicago Architecture Foundation's new digs
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Check out the Chicago Architecture Foundation's new digs

Chicago Architecture Center, a $12 million project that puts a new public-facing name on the Chicago Architecture Foundation, is scheduled to open...

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