Quencher Saloon to hold estate sale after closing its doors
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Quencher Saloon to hold estate sale after closing its doors

Quenchers Saloon, a bar that has resided in Logan Square for almost 40 years, is closing its doors June 16th. The bar will be holding a three-day estate…

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The John Hancock Center is now just an address
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The John Hancock Center is now just an address

Chicago’s iconic John Hancock Center is no longer called the John Hancock Center. Because the defunct insurance company requested the complete removal of its name, the Windy City’s…

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More than 1,000 seniors flock to get their tax exemptions
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More than 1,000 seniors flock to get their tax exemptions

Last Friday, a record number of 1,053 seniors flooded the Cook County Assessor’s Office Clark St, as well as suburban satellite offices. The flood of seniors occurred after a…

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Chicago the 18th most expensive commercial market in US
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Chicago the 18th most expensive commercial market in US

Downtown Chicago commercial lease rates cost an average of $43.60 per square feet, according to data released from CBRE and Cushman & Wakefield. This amount, which exceeds pricing…

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What smell allegedly caused tenants of Marquee at Block 37 to become ill?
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What smell allegedly caused tenants of Marquee at Block 37 to become ill?

Something reeks at the Marquee at Block 37. Block 37, a 38-story luxury apartment community located in the Loop at 108 North State Street, was ravaged by a…

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More Older People Are Renting in Chicago
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More Older People Are Renting in Chicago

More Older People Are Renting in Chicago Chicago is once again booming in development as condos and homes are being built all across the bustling city on the…

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How does Chicago Rent Compare to Other Cities
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How does Chicago Rent Compare to Other Cities

How does Chicago Rent Compare to Other Cities Reports have shown that Chicago is losing its people who are moving to other cities. The question is where are…

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Legislators Push to Repeal Illinois Ban on Rent Control
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Legislators Push to Repeal Illinois Ban on Rent Control

Legislators Push to Repeal Illinois Ban on Rent Control Anybody who’s lived here long enough – or not – know that this city is getting too dang expensive…

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New Tax Law Helps Homeowners and Seniors Save
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New Tax Law Helps Homeowners and Seniors Save

New Tax Law Helps Homeowners and Seniors Save A new tax law will allow low-income families and especially seniors living on a fixed-income remain in their homes. It…

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More Chicago Residents Leaving Than Coming In
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More Chicago Residents Leaving Than Coming In

More Chicago Residents Leaving Than Coming In For the second year in a row Chicago is topping the list of cities where more residents are moving away from,…

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