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Loving Chicago Neighborhoods: Old Town Sizzles

Old Town is smokin’ hot. This is according to the website Realtor.com, which in 2013 named Old Town the country’s hottest place to live. Old Town scored the most zip code searches on the site largely because of its picturesque architecture, and chic, urban retail and dining. Upscale boutiques and restaurants line Wells Street. Locals […]

Know Your Neighborhood -Q2/2011 Results

Every quarter, I try to take a look at how a sample of Chicago neighborhoods performed compared to the year before. Overall, the results look pretty good in 2011 compared to Q2 in 2010. I used our local MLS service (MRED) to create reports based on all condo units that closed in April to June […]

Target in Talks on Old Town Location

Crain’s Chicago Business Daily reported today that Target is in talks with CHA on a northside location just east of Halsted at Division. This is noteworthy in my opinion because a store like Target could completely reinvigorate that segment of the city. I’m sure Target sees the potential of a site located that could feed […]

2010 In Review – Old Town Condos

In my years 13 years of practicing real estate, Old Town is an area that I have marketed and sold over 80 units last count. The area that I’m reviewing today is a sub segment of  Old Town. A 4 block radius just south of North avenue including the streets of Mohawk, Cleveland, Hudson, Sedgwick, […]