The paper plans to leave its namesake tower on Michigan Avenue after selling it to a developer.
The home at 2137 N. Magnolia Ave. has four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The 7,400-square-foot home at 1225 W. George St. has five bedrooms and five bathrooms.
The home at 5755 N. Kerbs Ave. has two bedrooms and 2½ bathrooms.
The city's largest maintenance garage is leaving the North Side — a move cheered by Ald. Brian Hopkins.
"That building, the way the neighborhood is, did not make sense. There was no space," seller said.
Estately crunched sales data to find where the most and least expensive homes near stations are.
“We raised the rent because everything is going up in Pilsen," the building's landlord said.
All but one of the homes are in Lincoln Park and Downtown. The other is steps from The 606.
A 240-unit development is slated to replace the Megamall building in Logan Square.
The facility broke ground last year and will now open in July 2017 after having to raise more money.
"The neighborhood doesn't support it," a broker said.
Hampton Inn and Homewood Suites are among a growing list of hotels opening in the booming neighborhood.
The bricks are coveted as Oprah mementos as demolitions continue at the West Loop site.
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