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Catherine Pa…, Real Estate Pro in Chicago, IL
I have lived in this windy city since 1996 and every season comes with different problems literally. During the Polar Vortex season someone disrespected the my "Dibs". Let us not go into the "Battle of… Read more
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Jeff Nobleza, Real Estate Pro in 60640
For Rent$175/monthValet Parking Space at 655 W Irving Park RoadPerfect if you live in the area or need Cubs Parking. You do NOT have to live in the building to rent this space.Broker OwnedCall Jeff Nobleza773… Read more
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Deborah Bart…, Real Estate Pro in Glencoe, IL
Showing property to a lovely young Couple & their two young Daughters from Buffalo NY. Bragging about how friendly Chicago is to new comers! Went to Ann Sathers & both of us paid for parking, put… Read more
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Michael Rose…, Real Estate Pro in 60654
I’m a River North real estate expert, but my professional life began as a journalist; a travel journalist.  I have traveled across all 7 continents and I picked Chicago to call home. One of the best… Read more
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Maureen Moran, Real Estate Pro in Chicago, IL
It's an urban (and suburban) myth that proximity to public transportation systems decreases property values and increases crime rates. In fact, just the opposite is true. Riding the rail to increased… Read more
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Deborah Bart…, Real Estate Pro in Glencoe, IL
Hundreds of three-speed bikes painted "Chicago blue" will hit the streets in June when the city debuts a bicycle-sharing rental program that originally was set to launch last summer, officials are expected… Read more
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Rusty Payton, Real Estate Pro in Chicago, IL
Okay....we all hate to pay those darn parking boxes and it seem that no one was happy with the City of Chicago's deal to lease out parking in the city for the next 75 years! Complaints to our politicians… Read more
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Robert Pratt, Real Estate Pro in Chicago, IL
You may not think of “L” stops as shopping destinations – but a recent initiative by the CTA to get merchants into station retail spaces would beg to differ. According to an article… Read more
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Mario Greco, Real Estate Pro in Chicago, IL
Major retailers are working harder than ever to gain footholds in Chicago’s top shopping districts. And who can blame them? Despite the economic slump, Chicago remains a world-class city. People… Read more
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William Stra…, Real Estate Pro in Chicago, IL
Today is National Dump the Pump Day, encouraging people to ride public transportation and save money instead of driving a car. The Regional Transportation Authority, Chicago Transit Authority, Metra and… Read more
Blogged Fri Jun 18, 2010 by William Strauss Traffic & Public Transportation
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