Developers are proposing a mixed-use reuse of the Lawrence Avenue Sears, closing in August.
The school's director said developers and city officials are helping finalize a deal to save the church.
The project at 2050 N. Clark St. will offer 32 residential units and 31 parking spaces.
The church is being "held hostage" by its neighbors, the property's listing agent said.
The home at 6024 W. 59th St. sits on a fenced corner lot with new landscaping and is move-in ready.
Proposed mix of apartments, condos and town homes is just west of the Division and Ashland intersection.
The home at 2138 W. Caton St. has 4½ bathrooms and three bedrooms — with the potential for a fourth.
The plaza is just a first step in developing the space under the Brown Line tracks.
The state's largest tourist attraction is getting a lot more than a Ferris wheel.
Once again, things are looking up Downtown.
The developer restoring the old theater is pitching hotel rooms and a 10-story neighboring building.
The Lakeview shop is at 2934 N. Clark St.
The controversial plan received a mixed reaction from residents, Ald. Burnett said this week.
Both units at 2854 W. Lyndale St. have two bedrooms and one bathroom.
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