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  • Nationwide

    This is the Chicago suburb's first new apartment community in at least five years, and the submarket's vacancy rate was 5.3 percent in the third quarter of 2008, according to market research firm Reis, Inc.

  • Alliance Residential Heads to Windy City

    Alliance Residential has opened a new office in Chicago, marking the Phoenix-based firm’s entrance into the Midwest.

  • Porter-Cable 371 Compact Belt Sander

    There are few things more satisfying than scribing a piece of trim and having it fit perfectly on the first try. Porter-Cable's 371 belt sander should make such precision scribing a lot easier.

  • Company Buzz: Nov. 6, 2008

    Artemide sponsors the American debut of Italy's

  • Valerie Jarrett's Struggle

    CHICAGO— For Valerie Jarrett, redeveloping public housing is more than a federal mandate. It's a personal mission to show that an idea championed by her grandfather was right after all.

  • Nationwide

    Chicago—Lynd Development Partners broke ground on a 29-story, 249-unit luxury apartment development in the River North neighborhood, pegging completion for spring 2010.

  • AHF Live to Tackle Industry Challenges

    This year's AHF Live: The Tax Credit Developers' Summit -Nov. 5-7 in Chicago-will tackle many of the affordable housing industry's biggest

  • Who's Better for Housing?

    Barack Obama likes to point out that he began his career as a community organizer. After college, he moved to Chicago and worked with a church-based group to improve conditions in the city's poor neighborhoods.

  • Sylvania, Besa, Permalight, Schuler Shook, and Crestron Moves and Announcements, September 17, 2008

    Sylvania, Besa, Permalight, Schuler Shook, and Crestron

  • REGIONAL NEWS

    CHICAGO Nearly nine years into what was called a 10-year program to transform public housing, this city has completed only 30 percent of the plan’s most ambitious component—tearing down housing projects and replacing them with new neighborhoods with mixed-income populations.