As construction continues on Common Addams, activists question whether the dorm-style building is truly affordable housing.
It’s cozy season.
It takes space to manage the chaos.
The Richardsonian beast was built in 1888, but there’s nothing dated about its decor.
Thanks to a surge in flipped houses, neighborhoods south of Roosevelt are real estate hot spots. Here, four to check out.
Alta Roosevelt features a mini-bowling alley, a demonstration kitchen, zen garden, pet lounge, car wash, and more (including rental units).
From a luxe 2,000-square-foot condo that feels like it’s in the lake to a one-bed directly looking at Navy Pier, you can skip the crowds by living with the best views.
From under $200K to over $800K, the style has a lot of options in the city.
The home of Chicago’s last Republican mayor, in a stretch of Wicker Park once home to the city’s wealthiest brewers, gets a refresh for its artist owner.
Near his famous Coonley House in Riverside is a school he designed for Avery and Queene Ferry Coonley that one of his associates transformed into a house.