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Uptown »

Cedar Street sold the first of its FLATS-branded properties earlier this month.

Uptown »

Lawrence House, 1020 W. Lawrence Avenue, opened Thursday night in Uptown.

The Loop »

Live above the historic, old-school tavern (and the "L") for between $1,500 and $1,800 a month.

Uptown »

Once Chicago's most diverse neighborhood, Uptown is losing many minorities, Census data shows.

River North »

The developer will build a 15-story tower behind the River North landmark, too. 

Uptown »

The local block club supports the plans for FLATS No. 1020, which opens in late 2016.

Uptown »

Eric Reid hopes Apothecary will help make Uptown "a destination spot" again.

University Village »

Cedar Street purchased the Otis Loft Timber Warehouse, an historic University Village property.

Near West Side »

The old Freedom Center on Monroe Street will reportedly be bought by Cedar Street developers.

Uptown »

The exhibition will feature work from John Dominguez, Michael Rivera, and Jacob Thomas., all tenants.

Uptown »

Cedar Street Co., prolific North Side developer, bought 1101 W. Lawrence Ave. and 4750 N. Winthrop Ave.

Edgewater »

FLATS Chicago sued Three Corners Development over the use of the name.

Uptown »

FLATS Chicago says the logo for "Flats on Devon'' infringes on the copyright of its logo.

Uptown »

Cedar Street plans to turn 5050 N. Broadway into a mixed-use development.

Uptown »

Michael Stejskal won a year of free rent, $20,000 to build his shop and more through the #FLATSproject.