Coming off of the government’s numbers for December, economists predict the home building industry is on track for recovery in
Chicago City Council approved a six month ban on building demolitions along the popular biking and running
Looking back at the last ten years in homebuilding, the National Association of Home Builders’ chief economist demonstrated how bad the 2010s were for the industry but projected a positive outlook for the
As contractors face tighter schedules and a shrinking pool of qualified people, they are turning to autonomous workers to solve their
Lincoln Yards and The 78 will both get separate community advisory councils to make recommendations on the development process, an approach that could become commonplace for all major projects in the city.
Looking at real estate data over the last decade, some clear trends emerge in terms of costs, demographics and housing stock. See how this has impacted the market in the Chicago
A new study shows that high-rise buildings aren’t just for worker bees anymore.
Some brokerages are finding synchronicity by partnering with Habitat Chicago. Learn how it’s done and what giving back in this way can do for your
The number of new homes sold shot up over last year, according to Census data from October.
At the Lincoln Park Builders’ 31st annual Real Estate Forum yesterday, developers sounded off about what Chicagoland has going for it, and what’s holding the metro area