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Real Estate and Development

Protesters block construction site at University of Chicago

Sterling Bay buys Oprah’s West Side Harpo campus for $30.5 million

Blackhawks float plan for $30 million training center

Lake Shore Drive island? $177M plan aims to embrace Burnham's vision

US Steel Lakeside property developer offers land for Obama library

City turns to land acquisition to help far South Side community

In an attempt to revive a stretch of vacant land in the Roseland neighborhood and ignite development in that community, the city’s Department of Planning and Development would acquire 13 acres of property under a plan green-lighted Tuesday by the Community Development Commission.

The property in question is parcels at 11420 S. Halsted St., 11400 S. Green St., and 830 West 115th St. Part of the property is currently owned by Jewel-Osco, and part is a foreclosed upon bank-owned property, according to Edward Lewis, of the Department of Planning and Development.

New-home sales fall for first time since 2011

Commercial property sales jump 59 percent in first quarter

Eddie Bauer trades Mag Mile for Clybourn Corridor store

'McKinley Square' town homes planned near 35th St. and Western Ave.

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