Brokers who sell new residential construction have always had to stay up to date on the latest products. But experts say the pressure is only going to become more intense as efforts to combat the novel coronavirus spawn new innovations.
Aspire Residences and LISC Chicago roll out programs to change the way developments take shape, 1400 Monroe breaks a record, plus groundbreakings and openings across Chicagoland.
An historic YMCA and YWCA building in West Loop has reopened as rentals; Pete Buttigieg, Martin Luther King III and Rev. Al Sharpton heaped praise on Greenlining Realty’s Woodlawn Pointe; Chicago gets it first multi-story mass timber project in more than 50 years — all that and more in our latest new-construction update.
While prefabricated homes are six times less expensive than the average site-built home, trends in factory-built housing have always been volatile.
There are a lot of reasons to love the South Side’s real estate market, and Coldwell Banker Realty’s Don Robinson is not shy about saying so.
While solar panels may be the poster child of green homes, builders and remodelers have some interesting feedback to share about what consumers really want.
The seven-story luxury condominium building in the West Loop is finally on its way up, and The Jacobs Companies and M/I Homes announce new programs to bring more house hunters to their communities.
A new national consumer study reveals radical changes in how Americans want to live in their homes, post-pandemic.
While COVID-19 has delayed some construction projects, many are moving ahead. Here’s the latest on construction in Chicagoland.
New data looks at how prices in these areas have increased — or sometimes decreased — over time.