The designation would free up grants, loans and tax credits for renovating homeowners.
The old Cook County Hospital, 1835 W. Harrison St., has been vacant since 2002.
The 32-unit complex for residents with mobility impairments is slated for an empty lot in Avondale.
Froyo Chicago will open at 3746 N. Southport Ave. by late October. It'll sell froyo, oatmeal and quinoa.
The home at 2730 N. Marshfield Ave. is "close to everything" and has custom built-ins.
Hopewell Brewing is the first of several new businesses planned for the overhauled "downtown district."
A nonprofit is considering buying the SRO hotel as city lawyers conclude Fishman is a potential buyer.
Owners Amin and Alia Rashid are ready to retire and looking for a tenant to take over their storefront.
Among the features at 1410 N. Cleveland Ave. Apt. No. 1N are nine-foot ceilings and cove molding.
An $88 million renovation will transform 11 S. LaSalle St. into a Residence Inn by Marriott.
City Council lauded the Montgomery Ward Building, Wieboldt Hall, Levy Mayer Hall and Gary Law Library.
The Historic Chicago Bungalow Association seminars are designed for vintage home owners.
The home at 7122 W. Peterson Ave. spans 4,800 square feet and has "high-end finishes" throughout.
Converting SROs to market rate housing could come with heavy fees if the law is passed.
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