Chicago's Cicero has historically been a neighborhood that generations of Eastern Europeans have called home, but a recent Chicago Tribune article revealed that the neighborhood continues to rapidly evolve.
Across the nation, food trucks have become increasingly popular, and are "thriving street feature[s]" in cities such as Austin, Seattle and Los Angeles, reported The Chicago Tribune.
A recent report from the National Housing Conference and Center for Housing Policy indicated that Chicago's housing market is doing well.
Those contemplating a move and looking at real estate in Chicago could consider jumping on the bandwagon and exploring their options in the "New Eastside," touted by the Chicago Architecture Foundation as "Chicago's newest neighborhood," according to Crain's Chicago Business.
Those looking at real estate in Chicago can look to Naperville, a city of roughly 145,000 people, located about 30 miles west of downtown Chicago.
If you're looking at MLS Listings in Chicago and contemplating a move to one of the neighborhoods where residential high-rises are common, it would be good to know about the current situation with in-building fire sprinklers.
The Chicago Tribune reported that media giant Oprah Winfrey has sold her co-op in Chicago's upscale Streeterville neighborhood. Interestingly, Oprah never lived in the 4,607-square-foot, three-bedroom unit on the sixth floor of the building.
The town of Des Plaines, Illinois, is located roughly 17 miles northwest of downtown Chicago, conveniently intersected by state and interstate highways, a river which feeds into the Kankakee and Mississippi Rivers, and the Metra commuter rail.
Trumaine McBride recently listed his five-bedroom home in Wadsworth, Illinois.
A report released July 12 showed Chicago foreclosure filings were up 4 percent in June 2012 when compared with a year prior, the Chicago Tribune reported.