More than 200 results for “Affordable Housing”
Multifamily N Illinois

Artists move into new Pullman Artspace Lofts

The Pullman Artspace Lofts, an innovative live/work space designed for artists, welcomed its first residents at the start of 2020. The first new residential development in Chicago’s Pullman neighborhood in about 50 years features the historic restoration of two apartment buildings which bookend a newly constructed residence.

Multifamily W Minnesota

Are micro apartments the new trend?

| Patrick Craig, Bridgewater Bank

For years, renters have judged the value of their new rental home by balancing the price per square foot, its location and the quality of the construction. The larger the unit, the more the perceived value, as historically speaking renters have demanded more space for belongings, expanding families and entertaining needs.

CRE N Illinois

Chicago: Coarse and strong and cunning

| Matt Baker

In Carl Sandburg’s lauded poem of his hometown, he describes a city that—beneath a veneer of sweat and soot and vulgarity—thrums with vitality and swagger, too ambitious to be wary of any roadblocks ahead. A century after Chicago’s publication, does this poem still depict its eponymous source?

CRE N Illinois

On the corner: State & 35th

| Mfon Akpan

I used to skateboard a lot in the ‘90s. Many skaters and freestyle bikers met on the corner of State and Lake. Today, the Wit hotel is there, but back then, there was just a Dunkin’ Donuts and a Taco Bell.

Legal N Illinois

Forecast 2020: Real Estate Law

| Matt Baker

With past experience in the offices of the Illinois Attorney General and in Chicago’s Corporation Counsel, Jack George has helped to mold Chicago. Now a partner with Akerman, he is still shaping the city, though in more concrete terms, bringing zoning and legal consideration to numerous blockbuster developments.

Finance N Illinois

Those new FHA condo regs have wide-reaching implications

| Matt Baker

This past October, the Federal Housing Administration (FHA) enacted long-expected changes to the regulations governing condominium purchases. While these amendments will hopefully ease more prospective homebuyers’ affordability woes, the wider commercial real estate industry will feel the effects as well.