A two-story brick home in the 3800 block of N. Oak Park Ave. is sporting an eye-popping new facade.
Construction began Thursday on a shopping center at 3238-3258 W. 111th Street in Mount Greenwood.
Renderings of a 13-story tower at 56 W. Huron have been revealed as the developer starts sales.
Parts of West Lawn, Ashburn and Garfield Ridge would be the first in the city to ban short-term rentals.
The 17-story project will next be considered by City Council, where it is expected to pass.
The roof of the new riverfront store has curved edges and a white Apple logo, just like a Macbook.
The home at 846 W. Oakdale Ave. has four bedrooms and 3½ bathrooms.
The zoning change is expected to pass the full City Council without debate, solidifying final approval.
Rehab and renovation of century-old buildings could include new bars, restaurants.
The home at 6335 N. Neenah Ave. also has an attic and sitting room that could be turned into bedrooms.
Fewer homes on the market keep competition, cost up, report says.
The 4,500-square-foot home at 2034 N. Burling St. has four bedrooms and five bathrooms.
Owner said "really solidly built" home was probably "a little house out in the fields at one point."
The Obama Foundation wants to redo the Jackson Park field house, but has said little about who's paying.
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