This Uptown Victorian Has Vintage Lover Written All Over It

Step into the Curbed time machine, it’s time for another edition of Time Capsules. The listing featured today is for a Victorian home built in 1888 that has a blend of several decades. The four bedroom home sports nearly all of its original millwork and moldings. It also includes very neat original stained glass windows [Read More]

July 29, 2014 | Author: Curbed Chicago | Comments: Comments Off | Categories: Chicago Real Estate News, City of Chicago, Single Family Homes

Ridin’ Divvy: Biking the Loop/River North/Old Town

Warm weather is upon us, and there’s no better way to get out and see the city than by bike. This summer in our Ridin’ Divvy series, we’re featuring a different Divvy itinerary each month to help locals and visitors explore different neighborhoods by bike.

July 29, 2014 | Author: Choose Chicago | Comments: Comments Off | Categories: Events, Events AOI, In the City

Get the Look: Campaign Furniture

If I’m obsessed with anything, it’s campaign furniture.   I grew up surrounded by some pretty amazing campaign pieces, and now as I’ve been decorating my own home, I love to track them down.  Rooted in military campaign history, these pieces were designed to be easy to transport (think stackable!). Traditionally the hardware was recessed [Read More]

July 29, 2014 | Author: BHG Style Spotters | Comments: Comments Off | Categories: Chicago Real Estate News, Home and Garden AOI, Interior Design

Rendering Reveals: Illinois Medical District Approves $300M Gateway Project

[Renders of the Illinois Medical District Commission] The Illinois Medical District Commission has approved a plan to construct a $300 million development that will include a hotel, retail space, office space, a residential tower, and a parking structure. The Epstein-designed project totals 1.16 million square feet, made up of a 10 story, 225-room hotel; 92,000 [Read More]

July 28, 2014 | Author: Curbed Chicago | Comments: Comments Off | Categories: Chicago Real Estate News, City of Chicago

Where to Eat and Drink Blueberries in Chicago

With blueberries at their seasonal apex during National Blueberry Month (aka July), now seems as good a time as any to binge on blue. The luscious fruits can currently be found on menus throughout Chicago in both edible and potable varieties. Continue Reading»

July 28, 2014 | Author: Choose Chicago | Comments: Comments Off | Categories: Uncategorized

Boutique Rental Building in Heart of Lincoln Park

The Tin Man from the “The Wonderful Wizard of Oz” stands guard across the street from the seven-story Webster Square apartment development in Chicago’s Lincoln Park neighborhood.
A boutique building with 75 units, Webster Square is the first residential phase of an adaptive reuse project that will include apartments, condominiums, eight row houses, retail and a 225-car parking garage at the corner of Lincoln and Webster avenues.

July 28, 2014 | Author: Chicago Tribune | Comments: Comments Off | Categories: Uncategorized
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