How Well Do You Know Modern Chicago Real Estate?
Chicago used to be known as the Second City. Surpassing Philadelphia in the 1890s as the U.S.’ second-most-populous city, soaring new buildings and lush green parks replaced the devastation of the 1871 fire. While the nickname is no longer accurate, the Windy City has seen a similar resurgence in its real estate market in the 2010s.
From the renovation of old Art Deco buildings to the construction of supertall residential high-rises, Chicago has become a city with properties as varied as its eclectic neighborhoods.