A daily roundup of Chicago real estate news, deals and more for August 13, 2019.
The agency, along with local police from the Virgin Islands and New York Police Department officers, drove around Little St. James Island in golf carts and gathered evidence following Epstein’s apparent suicide in Manhattan jail on Saturday.
There’s a new $100 million fund specifically devoted to construction tech.
As investment in construction technology is booming, San Francisco-based Brick & Mortar Ventures launched a new fund to target Series A funding rounds.
The co-working giant, which already has over 1 million square feet of office space Downtown, inked a deal at 1155 W. Fulton Market.
Cook County Health intends to spend $240 million for a new eight-story facility to replace the existing public hospital at 500 E. 51st St., in Bronzeville.
Chicago’s week-long condo binge The top five home sales in Chicago last week included four condo units, three of which were in Belgravia Group-owned developments.