The original 1920s bronze chandeliers are back in the south lobby of the landmark Wrigley Building on Michigan Avenue.
The chandeliers, which had been missing for decades, are part of the $70 million revamp the iconic terra cotta skyscraper is undergoing at the behest of its new owners, an investor group headed by Chicago-based BDT Capital Partners. The year-long project will wrap up this summer.
Andy Rubin stepped aside as head of Google's Android mobile operating system, just as the Internet giant faces the task of handling an increasingly complicated set of business partnerships that made Android a success.
If you're anything like I am, you listen to webinars with one ear, occasionally checking your computer screen if a graph or image is referenced, perhaps catching up on email or articles while the webinar is running in the background.
As real estate agents, most of us have what is called an IDX feed which brings all listings for sale in an area onto our websites. Company websites use the same feed, as does Realtor.com and other big name home for sale search websites.
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Is Fair Housing really fair? Patent Trolls - now Fair Housing Trolls?
Prices are rising and inventories are falling in markets throughout the United States, which has led financial reporting and forecasting firm Kiplinger to declare the housing recovery “firmly” in motion. Moreover, the company says housing will help carry the overall economy at a time when U.S. exports are decreasing, says Karen Mracek, a Kiplinger editor and real estate analyst.
I worked for more than a decade in white, male-dominated environments before I started my own company. During that time, very few people at the top stared down at my brown skin and long brown hair and thought, “She reminds me of me,” and reached out to give me advice or mentorship. Yet, I never lacked for great mentors because I learned three key approaches.
Shortly after 4:00pm EDT on March 12 some Hotmail users took to Twitter, reporting they couldn't access their mail. Microsoft responded at 5:35pm confirming the service outage and stating that they were working on restoring the service.
You can't chalk it up to fits of genius--though they're certainly present. Pixar's unmatched consistency evidences a commitment to process. Thanks to former story artist Emma Coats, we have a few pieces of their creative puzzle, as collected by Aerogramme Writers' Studio. Let's investigate a few here.
Acadia Realty Trust purchased an 18,000-square-foot, two-level retail space Terra owns in the Ritz-Carlton Residences building for more than $86 million, according to a memo Terra's Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, Donald Ratner, wrote to the group's board.
The Windy City is a popular location when it comes to global buyers who are looking for a home. In fact, Chicago topped Realtor.com’s list of most searched U.S. cities by non-U.S. consumers throughout the month of January 2013.
Home buyer preferences vary according to geography and demographic, but buyers still consistently want standard amenities and would be willing to pay more for amenities they didn't end up buying (like a laundry room).
Home shoppers weigh all sorts of criteria when thinking about buying a home: How are the schools? What about crime? Are the neighbors cool? Now, INRIX and Windermere are partnering to answer another important question: What are the commute times to and from the workplace?
Over the past several days I have posted about a Federal Housing Lawsuit brought against me alleging that I listed a condo, and in that listing had violated Fair Housing Laws, by putting the following language into the listing: “Adults Only, No Children...
The U.S. Census Bureau has just released a report examining homeownership rates and vacancy levels in both rental housing and owner-occupied housing. Nationwide, the rental housing vacancy rate for the fourth quarter of 2012 was 8.7 percent (versus 9.4 percent for Q4 2011), while the homeowner housing vacancy level was a miniscule 1.9 percent in Q4 2012 (compared to 2.3 percent in Q4 2011)
A subsidiary of the National Association of Realtors is partnering with state and local Realtor associations to offer members the ability to participate in a survey-based agent rating service provided by Quality Service Certification Inc.
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