About Chicago

Today, along with Chicago's many tourist attractions, downtown Chicago has many housing options of lakefront high-rise residential towers, low-rise structures, and single-family homes, condos, lofts and townhouses.

America’s second city, Chicago, was incorporated as a city in 1837 and quickly became the transportation, financial, and industrial center of the Midwest. Chicago real estate did not truly begin until after October 10, 1871, the night of the Great Chicago Fire; rebuilding Chicago began immediately, quickly transforming Chicago into one of the world’s most important cities, and becoming a destination of the world’s most prominent architects including Burnham, Root, Adler, Sullivan, and Olmstead—architects that went on to design the city we know today attracts 42.2 million visitors from around the world.

Today, along with Chicago's many tourist attractions, downtown Chicago has many housing options of lakefront high-rise residential towers, low-rise structures, and single-family homes, condos, lofts, townhouses, and apartments.

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