September 2015, Vol 5, No 9
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- 10.5.15 Lance Briggs lists Northbrook condo Former Chicago Bears linebacker Lance Briggs has listed a two-bedroom condominium in Northbrook for $239,900. [Chicago Tribune]
- 9.26.15 Median Price of Condo in Chicago: $304,000, Report Says Overall sales increased: the number of city condos closed was up 8 percent year-to-year [DNAInfo]
- 9.18.15 Take a tour! Queen Elizabeth buys Chicago condo Queen Elizabeth II has bought a 2,600-square-foot condo in Chicago ó in a building called "The Buckingham." She paid $1.575 million. [Today]
- 9.12.15 Vintage penthouse condo sells for $10.375 million A five-bedroom, 7,662-square-foot penthouse condo unit in a vintage tower on East Lake Shore Drive sold Tuesday for $10.375 million. [Chicago Tribune]
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Americans today are moving toward a more well-developed awareness of the environment, and what it takes to protect and preserve Earth’s natural resources. City dwellers and suburbanites alike typically recycle paper, plastic, and glass, and now more than ever, look to conserve energy whenever possible. Some even garden and compost.Read More
In days gone by, when you opened something up, you simply threw away the packaging. You ate your dinner and threw away the scraps, and you tossed your ratty old sweatshirt, t-shirt or jeans in the dumpster when they had more holes in them than a chunk of Swiss cheese.Read More
The process of producing energy to metropolitan condos and co-ops has dramatically evolved in recent years. It's advanced to the point in which Lewis Kwit, the president of Energy Investment Systems in New York City, makes a relatively accurate—and amusing—comparison. “The old way of using a traditional energy-producing system is like using a chainsaw to cut butter,” he says with a chuckle.Read More
These days, as the summers get hotter, the storms get bigger and climate change is finding its way into more headlines than ever before, more attention is being paid to the environment and how the average citizen can do his or her part to support and repair it. In response to increased demand from Mother Nature, Chicago has striven to be a leader in energy conservation, waste reduction and the creation of green policies designed to prepare its buildings and its residents for life in an uncertain environmental future.Read More