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Medicare insurer serving Chicago area gets low marks
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Medicare insurer serving Chicago area gets low marks

Community Care Alliance of Illinois is among the five lowest-performing Medicare Advantage and Medicare Part D prescription drug plans nationwide,...

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Lightfoot to create affordable housing task force
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Lightfoot to create affordable housing task force

The mayor is looking to review the city's Affordable Requirements Ordinance as she pushes back on demands by the Chicago Teachers Union that its...

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River North hotel sold as part of $400 million deal
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River North hotel sold as part of $400 million deal

A River North hotel aimed at budget-minded travelers is changing hands as part of a larger $400 million cash-out by a group of investors that...

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Inside the quiet civil war that's roiling Chicago
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Inside the quiet civil war that's roiling Chicago

The process of converting condos into apartments-a hot commodity now-is an often messy and sometimes ugly process. And it's about to get even...

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Illinois has a marijuana referendum after all
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Illinois has a marijuana referendum after all

Local officials find themselves at the center of an often-contentious debate that never really happened before state legislators passed the law. It...

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Hotel Palomar sells for $55 million
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Hotel Palomar sells for $55 million

A Massachusetts real estate investor has picked up the River North hotel, betting on the future of the downtown hospitality market. One of the...

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Pinstripes expands, mulls IPO
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Pinstripes expands, mulls IPO

The "eatertainment" chain, which has 10 locations in nine states, aims to open another 24 over the next five years, including three by yearend. At...

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Chicago's image isn't as bad as we might think—but there's always room to mess it up
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Chicago's image isn't as bad as we might think—but there's always room to mess it up

Even as residents exit the Chicago area, visitors and investment dollars keep arriving. But to keep outside capital coming, our leaders should...

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Oak Brook firm buys La Grange apartment complex
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Oak Brook firm buys La Grange apartment complex

JVM's purchase of Uptown La Grange marks the second suburban Chicago rental property the company has acquired in the past two weeks. A Minneapolis...

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Downtown office vacancy lowest since end of 2016
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Downtown office vacancy lowest since end of 2016

Companies' voracious appetite for workspace has pushed vacancy in the downtown office market to its lowest mark in almost three years. A wave of...

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Feds subpoena ComEd, Exelon in another pol probe
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Feds subpoena ComEd, Exelon in another pol probe

The companies now are being asked for records of communications with state Sen. Martin Sandoval, whose offices were recently raided. It's the...

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ComEd, Exelon get another federal subpoena
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ComEd, Exelon get another federal subpoena

The companies now are being asked for records of communications with state Sen. Martin Sandoval, whose offices were recently raided, and...

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North Branch property owner sues General Iron, city
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North Branch property owner sues General Iron, city

A real estate investor near the company's controversial scrapyard argues that a recent deal to shut down the facility by the end of next year isn't...

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California investor buying West Loop office tower
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California investor buying West Loop office tower

Spear Street Capital is under contract to buy the skyscraper at 500 W. Monroe St., breaking a cold streak for big downtown office building sales...

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'Dorms for adults' pitched for Chicago Avenue sites
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'Dorms for adults' pitched for Chicago Avenue sites

The plans include a building with 36 apartments that will be rented out dorm-style-by the bed, not the unit-following a growing trend in Chicago...

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Architect, housing manager gets nod from aldermen to chair CHA board
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Architect, housing manager gets nod from aldermen to chair CHA board

Affordable housing advocates cheered the appointment of Angela Hurlock, an architect with experience managing housing on the South and West Sides....

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Plan for city's second-tallest tower 'very close,' alderman says
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Plan for city's second-tallest tower 'very close,' alderman says

The developer of a proposed supertall skyscraper next to Tribune Tower could reach a deal with the city in "a couple months," said downtown Ald....

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Even in the digital age, this slip of paper won't die
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Even in the digital age, this slip of paper won't die

A survey of consumers conducted for a group tied to the paper industry found more than three quarters of U. S. shoppers preferred to walk away with...

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Say goodbye to this postmodern two-flat in Lakeview
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Say goodbye to this postmodern two-flat in Lakeview

The neighborhood around Advocate's Illinois Masonic Medical Center in Lakeview is set to lose one of its zaniest buildings, a two-flat built in the...

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Meet the quiet giant of Chicago real estate development
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Meet the quiet giant of Chicago real estate development

Long before Sterling Bay was planning Lincoln Yards and buying trophy properties, before it fine-tuned the art of turning vintage buildings into...

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Illinois' regulatory structure for adult-use cannabis thwarts competition
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Illinois' regulatory structure for adult-use cannabis thwarts competition

Thank you for "A big step for recreational pot in Illinois," Sept. 30. There are over a thousand vineyards and wineries in California. The state of...

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Sears reaches $3 million settlement over life insurance benefits
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Sears reaches $3 million settlement over life insurance benefits

The retailer, which filed for bankruptcy last October, will set up a compensation fund for workers following a dispute over its decision to...

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Lightfoot plans public meetings next week on weed shops
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Lightfoot plans public meetings next week on weed shops

Fresh off her budget roadshow, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot plans to hold community meetings next week about the rules she's proposed for where...

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Working in a workout at work
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Working in a workout at work

When Arnav Dalmia and Shivani Jain traveled from India a decade ago as freshmen entering the University of Chicago, they were strangers who...

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Higher taxes? Groups warn of impact from a sweetened teacher offer.
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Higher taxes? Groups warn of impact from a sweetened teacher offer.

You might not concur with the conclusions of the two fiscally conservative organizations, but it's hard to dispute their figures. As Chicago heads...

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North Branch development site up for grabs
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North Branch development site up for grabs

A riverfront development site next to Goose Island is up for grabs as the North Branch of the Chicago River transitions from its industrial past....

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North Branch development site hits the market
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North Branch development site hits the market

A riverfront development site next to Goose Island is up for grabs as the North Branch of the Chicago River transitions from its industrial past....

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Historic River North auditorium for sale
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Historic River North auditorium for sale

The American College of Surgeons wants to sell the Murphy. "It is a bit of a blank canvas as to what type of use it will be," the broker says. A...

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Hotel Monaco in the Loop hits the market
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Hotel Monaco in the Loop hits the market

Xenia Hotels & Resorts is seeking a buyer for seven Kimpton hotels, including the 191-room Chicago Monaco, which could fetch about $500 million...

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The least tax-friendly state in the U.S.? One guess.
News 1 month ago
The least tax-friendly state in the U.S.? One guess.

Illinois is the least tax-friendly state in America, according to personal finance publication Kiplinger. Kiplinger used a hypothetical couple with...

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