- 6.28.15 Could Your Condo Ban Smoking? Lakefront High-Rises Lead the Way Smoking bans have been spreading from restaurants, to bars, to public areas, and now it appears condos could be the next frontier. [DNAInfo]
- 6.20.15 Why a Chicago developer may be coveting your condo How hot is the Chicago apartment market? So hot that developer John McLinden tried to buy all 492 condominiums in a Gold Coast high-rise so he could convert them to apartments. [Crain's Chicago Business]
- 6.8.15 Developer Sean Conlon lists Gold Coast condo Chicago real estate developer and executive Sean J. Conlon, who owns Conlon & Co. and the residential brokerage Conlon/Christie's, has listed his three-bedroom vintage Gold Coast condo for $1.59 million. [Chicago Tribune]
- 5.31.15 Once a Funeral Home, Now a Sweeping $900,000 Condo in Bucktown Several years ago, the union of two side-by-side condos in the converted Wojciechowski Funeral Home at Webster and Hamilton Avenue in Bucktown allowed for something quite unusual, for a condo or even a house: a 60-foot-wide floor plan. [Chicago Magazine]
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Like a python that has swallowed a deer and now needs to rest while digesting it, the Illinois General Assembly emerged from a 2014 session full of important common-interest community association legislation, and paused in 2015 to digest what it had passed.Read More
In South Africa, it’s called a “sectional title.” In Quebec, it’s a copropriété divise or “divided co-property.” In Italy, they call it “condominio,” derived from Latin. Regardless of location, a condominium, commonly referred to as “condo,” is generally defined as a form of housing and other “real property” identified as a parcel of real estate that is individually owned among a collective.Read More