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Real Estate and Development

LaSalle Street office towers sell for $270 million

Busy developer Sterling Bay plans North Side project

Chicago-area home prices up 2% in April

Chicago home sales not keeping pace, but prices up

Cubs strike out —for now — in bid for remote parking permit

Plan Commission advances Englewood hospital project, Wicker Park residential tower

The Chicago Plan Commission on Thursday approved a proposal from Englewood’s St. Bernard Hospital to develop a three-story, 70,000-square-foot outpatient service and office facility on West 63rd Street between South Stewart and South Harvard avenues.

The $33 million project is expected to create at least 56 new permanent jobs and 141 temporary construction jobs, according to Carol Stubblefield of the law firm Neal & Elroy LLC, who represented St. Bernard. Construction is slated to begin in October, with a projected completion date of January 2016.

Wicker Park proposal would put 7-story building on prime Division spot

Crowdfunding for proposed Breakwater Chicago complex exceeds goal

UIC adds third site to pitch for Obama presidential library

Trump calls 'Today' show to defend his name