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Real Estate and Development

John Buck buys a piece of the Drake

Failed West Loop condo project to generate big profit for seller

Related drops $49 million on affordable housing

City's 5-year housing plan advances amid CHA criticisms

A five-year housing plan for the city of Chicago put forward by Mayor Rahm Emanuel passed out of the City Council Committee on Housing and Real Estate Tuesday amid questions from aldermen and community activists about the Chicago Housing Authority’s performance in creating public housing units.

The most recent iteration of Chicago’s five-year housing plan, which the city has compiled since the 1990s, includes $1.3 billion in planned projects covering the creation or maintenance of 40,000 units of housing.

Chicago home prices climb most in 25 years in November

Developer buys stretch of buildings in Wicker Park's southern gateway

Fast-growing media company moving to River North

More hotel rooms coming to Mag Mile market

Chicago home sales have best year since 2006

IMDC approves new Gateway Center RFP

The Illinois Medical District Commission on Tuesday approved issuance of a request for proposals from developers interested in building the district’s planned IMD Gateway Center.

IMDC officials envision construction of a mixed-use facility totaling as much as 1.2 million square feet on 9.5 acres of land at 2020 W. Ogden Ave. and 1910 W. Harrison St. on the medical district’s campus on Chicago’s Near West Side, according to a district press release. The center is expected to include retail, dining, hotel, residential, office and medical space.