Archive for Mayor Rahm Emanuel

Farmers for Chicago Program to Transform Vacant Chicago Real Estate Lots

In an exciting new initiative, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced this month that vacant Chicago real estate lots will soon become green, urban farms that provide produce and economic opportunity in the South Side. Called Farmers for Chicago, the program will allow local nonprofits to use up to five acres of city-owned vacant real estate [Read More]

March 31, 2013 | Author: Mitch Levinson | Comments: (0) | Categories: Chicago Real Estate News, City of Chicago, Cook County, Green Living, Locations

Chicago Teachers Strike is Over

Chicago Public School parents: Your students will have real estate in Chicago to go to tomorrow other than your own. The strike is over. The Chicago Teachers Union House of Delegates on Tuesday voted to suspend the city’s first teachers strike since 1987, meaning all Chicago Public Schools will be in session Wednesday morning. The [Read More]

September 18, 2012 | Author: Tracey | Comments: (0) | Categories: Chicago Real Estate News, City of Chicago

Chicago Bulls Moving Team Facility to…Chicago

Last time I checked, Chicago’s favorite basketball team is not called the Deerfield Bulls. Yet the northern suburb is where the team’s practice facility has been for nearly two decades. All of that is about to change as the Bulls charge out of the suburbs and back to where they belong: Chicago. The team currently [Read More]

June 14, 2012 | Author: Mitch Levinson | Comments: (0) | Categories: Chicago Real Estate News, In the City

Downtown Businesses Step Up to Green Office Challenge

Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced on Wednesday the winners of Chicago’s second Green Office Challenge. The contest, a collaboration between the City of Chicago and ICLEI–Local Governments for Sustainability USA, is aimed at reducing energy consumption and greenhouse gas emissions from commercial buildings. “Chicago’s efforts in sustainability have created economic opportunity throughout our neighborhoods and dramatically [Read More]

Mayor’s Reign Reaches One Year

Wednesday, May 16 marks a milestone in Chicago: It’s the one-year anniversary of Rahm Emanuel being sworn in as Mayor of our fair city. It’s been a busy year. Throughout it, Emanuel convinced companies to relocate to Chicago, secured more than 13,000 private-sector jobs, passed a budget that saves taxpayers money through budget cuts and [Read More]

May 16, 2012 | Author: Tracey | Comments: (0) | Categories: City of Chicago

Think You’re Getting a State Income Tax Refund? Only if You Don’t Owe the City

If you owe money in fines to the city of Chicago, you might as well pay up because it’s going to be taken from you anyway. The Chicago city council this week approved Mayor Rahm Emanuel’s plan to withhold state income tax refunds from residents who owe money for things like building code violations, false [Read More]

February 16, 2012 | Author: Tracey | Comments: (0) | Categories: Chicago Real Estate News, City of Chicago

New Online Resource Helps Residents Survive Winter in Chicago

It’s been a mild winter, but there has still been snow, and we’re going to get more. It’s snowing as I write this! A new resource called “Adopt-A-Sidewalk” can help Chicago real estate owners and renters navigate through that snow as neighbors and, quite possibly, as friends. “Winter preparedness and looking out for one another [Read More]

February 14, 2012 | Author: Tracey | Comments: (0) | Categories: Chicago Real Estate News, Social Media
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