The 2010 Spring Collection
Welcome to Chicago Agent’s Spring New Construction Issue. This season’s listings include tons of single-family homes, condominiums, rowhomes, duplexes, second homes, townhomes and almost anything else your clients can imagine.
View more in our 2010 Spring New Construction Digital Edition
We’ve brought you listings from Antioch to Manhattan and have touched on dozens of suburbs and city neighborhoods in between, including a few neighborhoods you might never have even heard of before. This comprehensive guide is the only one of its kind, and could be an invaluable tool as you comb Chicagoland to find the perfect new homes for your clients.
This issue is designed to guide you through the hard hats and rubble to determine which newly constructed home is the one that will be right for your client. From gut rehabs to ground that hasn’t yet been broken, we’ve included hundreds of listings, each unique in its own special way.
Ignore the naysayers claiming there is no new construction, because the following pages prove them wrong. As first-time homebuyers are scrambling for the tax credit that expires April 30, and scores of others are out there looking for a new place to live, it’s your job to know what’s available.
The following pages contain virtually all of the information needed to help your clients select a new construction home in the Chicagoland area. Of our 182 entries, we have 103 from the suburbs, 70 from the city and nine from locations outside of Chicago, including new international listings in Mexico. We’ve organized the listings in alphabetical order, and then when Chicago rolls around we’ve ordered them alphabetically by neighborhood. Included in each listing are a description, the location, price, the developer’s name, the co-op commission and the sales contact as provided by the many agents, brokers and public relations agencies from around the city who we all work with every day.
Though you can keep this issue handy until fall rolls around, please keep in mind that all of the information was submitted to us, and that information is always subject to change. It’s a good idea to check in with the sales agent to make sure that everything is accurate and current.
Good luck and happy new construction hunting!