In 1909, the City of Chicago created a new and foolproof address system that would help residents navigate our great city. Here’s how it works: The epicenter of the Chicago street grid is the intersection of State and Madison Streets in the heart of the Loop. The addresses on all east-west streets are prefixed with the words “east” or “west,” depending on whether they fall east or west of State Street. Similarly, the addresses on all north-south streets are prefixed with the words “north” or “south,” depending on whether they fall north or south of Madison Street.

The address...

Chicago is home to some of the world's best architecture. Check out 8 apartment buildings with unparalleled views of the city skyline.

From its location in River North, Hubbard Place offers spectacular views of the Loop,...

Whether your tenants live in a 3-flat, a single family home, or a tall residential tower, Chicago’s new Recycling Ordinance applies to your rental property. As a landlord, you have four obligations under the ordinance:

  1. Provide recycling services. Landlords must provide sufficient recycling containers to enable residents and visitors to recycle. Because Chicago has endorsed single-stream recycling, all recyclable materials can be deposited in the same blue cart—you
  2. ...

Chicago apartments come in all shapes and sizes. Check out 9 unique listings currently available on Domu.

Recently-Renovated Vintage Apartment Next to Wrigley Field...

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