Category: General News

David B Gleason

Progress report: The Bloomingdale Trail

Today, the Red Eye has a progress report on the much-anticipated 606 Trail, popularly known as the Bloomingdale Trail. According to Red Eye reporter Rachel Cromidas,  the trail “remains a …

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Jeff Ruane

Is Logan Square getting a new mega mall with a grocery store?

Check out the ambitious new proposal for the former Logan Square indoor flea market space.

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Snapshot of foreign investment in the European real estate market

Foreign investors are increasingly influencing the European real estate market. What exactly does this look like?

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river north transit study

City invites public input for a River North transit study

The city has undertaken a River North transit study to increase transportation options to River North. Attend the open meeting.

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Steven Vance

Chicago street closures this weekend

There are lots of events going on this weekend in the city. If you're headed to any, make sure you know your Chicago street closures!

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Chris Phan

Does architectural tourism affect home prices?

Architectural tourism is increasingly popular across the country. But is it driving down home prices in iconic neighborhoods?

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Illinois sprinkler mandate defeated

Recent changes to the state Fire Marshal's role aimed to prevent unpopular Illinois sprinkler mandate from resurfacing.

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CB Charitable Foundation launches Million Dollar Milestone charity campaign

We are proud to support the work of the Coldwell Banker Charitable Foundation and really excited about the Million Dollar Milestone campaign!

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Green Streetscape

Chicago is home to “America’s greenest street”

The Chicago Department of Transportation leads progress in environmentally sound technology, building the greenest street in America in Pilsen.

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