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(AP) — Illinois lawmakers soon will face two critical decisions over how to fully carry out President Barack Obama's health care overhaul.
The Chicago-based online seller of commercial printing services said today it has signed a deal with a large whiskey company.
The local market saw the biggest decline among a 20-city index, according to new S&P/Case-Shiller data.
Sanjay Khosla, who will step down as president of developing markets on March 31, will be paid nearly $14,000 a month to continue working with the new global snacks company.
A closely watched index of local home prices fell significantly in October, its second straight decline, according to this morning's new S&P/Case-Shiller Index of Chicago-area single-family home prices. Read more in Crain's.
Michigan Avenue Real Estate Group's proposed project is something of a pioneering move in a neighborhood where big stretches are dominated by parking lots serving the stadium.
The move by New York investor Joseph Chetrit is a sign that 360 N. Michigan may not be an office building much longer.
The developer, who just sold Alta at K Station for $302 million, says he will pay $20 million for the 58-unit Mod and an adjacent parcel, where he plans to add 44 units.
A housing non-profit that serves low-income families alleges that Farbman Group declined to rent the group space in two buildings because most of its clients are black. Farbman denies any wrongdoing.
Hunt Realty Investments has agreed to that amount as an initial input as the Chicago industrial developer also closed on a joint venture with another Dallas firm.