The Residences at Addison & Clark Getting Ready To Play Ball
Apr03

The Residences at Addison & Clark Getting Ready To Play Ball

Baseball is back, and once again millions of people turn their attention to Chicago’s favorite ballpark: Wrigley Field. (Sorry Sox fans, it is.)  Scores of Chicagoans move to Wrigleyville just so they can be within shouting distance of the friendly confines, even if they don’t have season tickets.  Some people aren’t even that loyal to their families. For hard-core baseball lovers, or those who just dig the...

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Permits Come Through For Addison and Clark at Addison and Clark
Jan02

Permits Come Through For Addison and Clark at Addison and Clark

Wrigleyville has long been held up as an example of an urban neighborhood that lives and thrives in tandem with its Major League Baseball park.  It’s pretty much the opposite of the scene on the South Side at The Rate, where the stadium is an island in a sea of parking lots and gritty infrastructure.  And still Wrigleyville continues to evolve and grow, especially on the blocks adjacent to Wrigley Field. We’ve told you...

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Live Close Enough to Wrigley to Hear the Crack of the Bat and Smell the Pine Tar
Aug08

Live Close Enough to Wrigley to Hear the Crack of the Bat and Smell the Pine Tar

There’s something about Wrigleyville that calls Chicagoans home. Wether it’s for a quick drink at a watering hole, or a special weekend out at the old ball park, or perhaps something more permanent, Wrigleyville is quintessential Chicago. Now several hundred more people are going to not only get to live the Wrigleyville experience, but live right in the heart of the action — across the street from Wrigley Field. M&R Development...

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Boardrooms Out, Bedrooms In at 171 North Wabash
May16

Boardrooms Out, Bedrooms In at 171 North Wabash

Residential real estate is still hot in downtown Chicago, so it shouldn’t come as a surprise that a long-planned office building is going to welcome bedrooms instead of boardrooms. Plans for the building at 171 North Wabash Avenue debuted almost five years ago.  The eight-story office building was the shorter, less glamorous companion to the shiny residential tower built around the corner now known as Experience 73.  It was the...

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Status Update: 73 East Lake Street
May27

Status Update: 73 East Lake Street

This will likely be our last status update for 73 East Lake Street.  We’ve watched over the last few years as the property went from an Enterprise Rent-a-Car garage to an idea on paper called “The Summit on the Lake” to a sandy lot to a shiny new residential skyscraper.  Now we get word via the press release below that the first people are moving in to 73, so we can pretty much stick a fork in this one, because...

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Status Update: 73 East Lake Gets All Buttoned Up
Oct07

Status Update: 73 East Lake Gets All Buttoned Up

The crane is down, the glass is up, and construction crews are getting things buttoned up on the exterior of 73 East Lake Street before the cold weather sets in. Loop Spy Daniel sent over an updated photo of the construction effort, and we can see work progressing on the rooftop common areas.  There’s no green roof yet, but at least there’s a flag pole bolted to the elevator penthouse. Leasing starts in six months. This...

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