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The Windy City of Chicago sits at the south of Lake Michigan and is the third largest city in the US.
It was home to the first skyscraper and has been synonymous with the structures ever since – with four of the eight tallest buildings in America all found here including the Willis Tower, which held the crown of the biggest building in the world for more than 20 years. As well as its skyscrapers it is, of course, famed for its delicious deep dish pizzas.
Its thriving financial and business sector sits side-by-side with the leisure and tourist attractions of the Navy Pier and 20-plus beaches and the city, the biggest in the state of Illinois, has a strong sporting pedigree through its successful basketball, American Football, baseball and hockey teams.
Those after luxury living in this most endearing of cities should look no further than a small section of the Lincoln Park area. The 1800 and 1900 blocks of North Burling, Orchard, and Howe Streets offer a compact collection of top class properties that make this the place to buy.
The Hyde Park area in the south counts President Barack Obama as one of its residents while Oprah Winfrey, whose show was filmed in Chicago for more than 20 years, lived in the Gold Coast/Old Town area which runs east-west from LaSalle Avenue to Lake Michigan and north-south from Chicago Avenue and North Avenue.
Chicago-based Magellan Development Group has agreed to buy the 90% ownership stake from Wanda Hotel Development.
Access to ocean breezes has long been seen as a tonic for many of the things that ail us, and it’s true that nothing soothes the soul quite like the sea.
It’s hard to argue with the appeal of a woodland view. And studies have shown that living in close proximity to forested land has major benefits, both for your health and for your sense of well-being.
From a beachside estate in St. Barthelemy to a sprawling mansion on 67 acres in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania, these are this month’s four featured notable properties for sale over $23 million.
Zillow is reporting there are now 218 U.S. cities with a typical home value of at least $1 million, up by three localities over the past year.
Real estate consulting firm Miller Samuel Inc. has compiled a list of the most expensive residential real estate deals of the year.