The clothier leased about 11,000 square feet currently occupied by New York & Co., illustrating how a tight retail market in the Loop is helping downtown landlords.
(AP) — A federal judge scolded Donald Trump and a lawyer questioning the developer-turned-TV personality to stop their verbal sparring during his testimony at a civil trial today.
Founder of the Bar Louie chain has signed a lease for a 8,500-square-foot retail space in a vintage high-rise at 188 W. Randolph St. that was recently converted to apartments.
The Community Development Commission unanimously approved grant for a 61-unit apartment building for people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Urban Innovations Ltd. bought the buildings at 833 W. Jackson Blvd. and 322 S. Green St. from Wells Fargo N. A. , a sign that it's getting tougher to find good deals in River North, the firm's home…
The American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons plans a 165,000-square-foot building, showing that suburban office market isn't so depressed that it has completely killed off development.
The Chicago-based real estate investment firm decided to relinquish the 553-room property last year after determining that the loan balance on the property exceeded its value.
The promoter of condominium-hotels switched his stance nearly two years after denying charges that he failed to report income from a failed South Loop project.
Also, Vienna Beef and Chicago officials have yet to reach a final agreement regarding the hot dog maker's planned move to Bridgeport, and Sears is closing another South Side store.
A unit of Drapac Group paid more than $1 million for the bank-owned parcel, where developer William Warman had proposed a 146-unit condo tower.
Also, a Hyde Park apartment portfolio is on the market, and United Stationers renews a suburban distribution center.
(AP) — Donald Trump is set to testify Tuesday at a civil trial where he's accused of enticing investors to buy condos at his Chicago skyscraper with promises of profit-sharing, then quietly…
Such conversions can be tricky, but builders typically try to use large floor plates to their advantage.
John Crane Inc., which makes mechanical seals, couplings and bearings, leased about 15,000 square feet at 227 W. Monroe.
Raymond Clark has joined the Chicago office of architecture firm HOK.
The Chicago-based apartment investor has hired Moran & Co. to sell Mondial River West, a 141-unit building that's expected to fetch about $450,000 a unit, or $63.5 million.
A venture of Northbrook-based Integrated Development Group got the loan from BMO Harris Bank and JPMorgan Chase in February, clearing one of the biggest hurdles facing developers in today's market.
News that Vienna Beef is considering leaving its longtime North Side home topped our list of the most-viewed Chicago Real Estate Daily stories this week.
Veterans Distribution of Chicago Inc., a small-package delivery company, plans to move to a Hillside warehouse from two buildings in Elk Grove Village and Bensenville.
After building a following on the North Side, the Vienna-based cafe chain plans to open as many as three locations in the central business district.