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500 residential units planned along Fulton Market's west end
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500 residential units planned along Fulton Market's west end

As it debuts a 14-story apartment building in the western portion of the Fulton Market District, a Naperville developer is planning to nearly...

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Real-estate tech startups are booming here
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Real-estate tech startups are booming here

For years, the real estate tech space has been dominated by a few big players like Zillow and Redfin. But in the last several years, there's been...

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Blackstone looks to unload Oakbrook Terrace building
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Blackstone looks to unload Oakbrook Terrace building

Blackstone Group is aiming to keep alive its cash-out streak in the suburban Chicago office market, this time in Oakbrook Terrace. The New York...

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Business leaders call for compromise on fair-workweek law
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Business leaders call for compromise on fair-workweek law

Business owners and associations this morning asked the city of Chicago to compromise on the proposed fair-workweek law, looking to preserve...

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Economic development deals risk ruining Chicago
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Economic development deals risk ruining Chicago

Illinois is quickly becoming a case study in how not to do economic development. State and local politicians have painted themselves into a corner...

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These developers have momentum
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These developers have momentum

Preservation of Affordable Housing developed the Woodlawn Station mixed-income housing and retail project at Cottage Grove Avenue and 63rd Street....

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Why Chicago's mission-driven developers have a spring in their step
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Why Chicago's mission-driven developers have a spring in their step

Chicago real estate developers lost a champion in Rahm Emanuel when he left City Hall last month. But the future for those who specialize in...

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Willis Tower broker tapped to lease up Lincoln Yards
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Willis Tower broker tapped to lease up Lincoln Yards

Sterling Bay has hired the leasing broker who helped lure companies to the city's tallest tower to pull off the same feat at Lincoln Yards. Joy...

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Internet sales tax overhaul takes aim at e-commerce giants
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Internet sales tax overhaul takes aim at e-commerce giants

Illinois retailers and municipalities scored a victory with changes to the internet sales tax law projected to raise more revenue and provide...

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Boos at meeting on One Central megaproject
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Boos at meeting on One Central megaproject

Residents voiced concerns at a meeting last night over the mixed-use One Central megadevelopment. But only about a dozen of the 200 or so residents...

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More private golf courses biting the dust
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More private golf courses biting the dust

Mike Hansen, a Will County lawyer and golfer, had been a member at the private Joliet Country Club for more than four decades, but this season he's...

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Owner seeks near-record payout on Fulton Market office building
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Owner seeks near-record payout on Fulton Market office building

A Fulton Market District pioneer that turned a surface parking lot on the doorstep to the trendy corridor into a fully-leased seven-story office...

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Ex-Bear Brandon Marshall sells Michigan Avenue condo at a loss
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Ex-Bear Brandon Marshall sells Michigan Avenue condo at a loss

Former Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall today sold his condo in a historic Michigan Avenue building for less than he paid for it five...

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Blackstone buying industrial portfolio for $18.7 billion
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Blackstone buying industrial portfolio for $18.7 billion

That's how much the alternative investment manager is paying for 179 million square feet of urban logistics properties-the warehouses used by...

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Meet the stadium builder who wants to revamp a slice of the South Loop
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Meet the stadium builder who wants to revamp a slice of the South Loop

When stadium developer Bob Dunn needs a reference, he can count on glowing endorsements from some big names in pro sports. People like Steve Tisch,...

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Why Chicago is starting to look like a real tech town
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Why Chicago is starting to look like a real tech town

When Google's parent, Alphabet, decided to spin off a cybersecurity company from its skunkworks in Silicon Valley and needed to start building out...

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Chicago's United Way tackles health in Austin
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Chicago's United Way tackles health in Austin

United Way of Metro Chicago is working with a local health tech startup to connect residents in the Austin neighborhood with community resources...

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We know what works to help students succeed. Are we willing to do it?
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We know what works to help students succeed. Are we willing to do it?

Free college for all. Student loan debt forgiveness. These are just two of the big education ideas emerging from Democrats eyeing the White House...

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Out-of-town law firm to open Chicago office
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Out-of-town law firm to open Chicago office

A law firm with roots in the United Kingdom is opening a Chicago office two years after a transatlantic merger. Eversheds Sutherland is the latest...

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State crackdown on energy suppliers on verge of becoming law
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State crackdown on energy suppliers on verge of becoming law

With overwhelming evidence that the competitive market isn't benefiting households, Illinois is on the brink of enacting the first meaningful...

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Sterling Bay-backed apartment factory gears up
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Sterling Bay-backed apartment factory gears up

Chicago developer Sterling Bay is getting ready start construction on 30 apartments, and but the groundbreaking will be held in an unusual place:...

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What's Darwinian about retail space
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What's Darwinian about retail space

Click here to subscribe to Crain's Daily Gist on iTunes, Spotify and Stitcher! Today on Crain's Daily Gist, host Amy Guth talks with Crain's senior...

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Chicago is two cities when it comes to capital flows
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Chicago is two cities when it comes to capital flows

Confirming a trend that many have suspected, capital investment flows as much as nine times more to affluent white Chicago neighborhoods than it...

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Phil Corboy looks to resell $6 million condo for $6.9 million
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Phil Corboy looks to resell $6 million condo for $6.9 million

A couple who bought a $6 million condo last October in a hot new Gold Coast Tower but hadn't yet moved in say they got so many unsolicited offers...

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Suburban shopping center fetches $21 million
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Suburban shopping center fetches $21 million

A New York-based retail real estate investment trust that has been shedding local properties sold a suburban shopping center for $21 million. Kimco...

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Maven car-sharing service to pull out of Chicago
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Maven car-sharing service to pull out of Chicago

Maven, a car-sharing service owned by General Motors, is pulling out of Chicago and other cities. The service will shut down here July 26....

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Chicago taxi moguls tied to Michael Cohen list River North condo
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Chicago taxi moguls tied to Michael Cohen list River North condo

A Chicago couple who control hundreds of taxis here and have invested in legal pot in Nevada listed a condo off North Michigan Avenue for sale...

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Old Post Office closes in on another big lease
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Old Post Office closes in on another big lease

The developer overhauling the Old Main Post Office is close to snagging another big tenant, this time from the financial world. Federal Home Loan...

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Who signed off at Boeing?
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Who signed off at Boeing?

If Boeing, as reported by Amy Guth on your "Daily Gist" podcast May 6, knew that the "extra cost" option was necessary to override the poorly...

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A new report shows just how much Chicago's Loop is booming
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A new report shows just how much Chicago's Loop is booming

A new study from the Chicago Loop Alliance finds that the Loop remains one of Chicago's fastest-growing neighborhoods for residential development...

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