Penalties for landlords, barriers to new tenants, and the rise of the move-in fee are sending some security deposits the way of the land line.
The third-ever owner paid cash for the 1910 Tudor listed at $2.6 million.
Once threatened with demolition, the 19-story building from 1927 will now have units ranging from $1,900 to $12,000.
The sale was a 4.5 percent profit on a 12-room house bought new in 2006.
The site of MLK’s Chicago apartment and the historic Pullman neighborhood made news for a role in what Sen. Mark Kirk called “advancing dignity.”
Senator Dick Durbin proposes legislation to grant the South Side neighborhood a unique status in Chicago. But Pullman’s revival will require more than just that.
At this price, the meticulously maintained Jackson Park Highlands house won’t last.
Plaintiffs claim Concierge exaggerated its track record on high-priced home sales—but Jordan chose the firm anyway.
Here’s a look at both sides of a preservation and development debate in the Sheridan Park section of Uptown.
The two-story unit can be divided, or you can just buy it all for $3.68 million.