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Real Estate and Development

Block 37 may lose Puma store

Vintage Loop office tower gets cash infushion

CHA head cites Bronzeville project as future of housing authority developments

The Chief Executive Officer of the Chicago Housing Authority trumpeted on Tuesday a just launched development in the Bronzeville neighborhood as representing “the new direction of CHA.”

“That [direction] is to build more mixed-income housing and build new components of neighborhoods that contribute to vibrant communities,” said CHA head Charles Woodyard at Tuesday’s board meeting. The housing agency has been working for more than a year on revising its 13 year-old Plan for Transformation, which aimed to move public housing tenants into mixed-income residencies.

Developers propose 40 condos in West Loop

Medical office campus sold for $12.3 million

Law firm Ropes & Gray moving and growing

Law firm's move within Willis Tower confirmed

Developer gets a loan: 'It was like wrestling down a greased pig'

Andersonville Wine & Spirits owner buys adjacent building

Loft office building near Goose Island sells