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[ad_1] At Kassiopi in northern Corfu the seven-year bureaucratic odyssey for NCH Capital appears to be approaching an end. Across Greece, numerous major investment plans are...

[ad_1] The new Chicago City Council moves further to the left and welcomes more people of color. Latinos hold 12 seats, more than ever before, but still short of their share of the city’s population. White and black aldermen each hold 19 seats....

[ad_1] Crain’s Chicago Business hosted its bi-annual Real Estate Forum for spring 2019. About 200 people attended the forum yesterday morning at the Standard Club. The event featured networking, breakfast and a discussion moderated by Crain’s reporter Alby Gallun with JDL Development founder and CEO Jim...

[ad_1] Eames Hang-It-All Coat Rack When you begin to discuss the way midcentury design reshaped the contemporary home, you can’t get very far without mentioning Charles and Ray Eames. While so many of their standout, headlining...

[ad_1] A proposed 62-acre residential development in Pleasant Prairie has received the endorsement of a village panel. A rendering of the proposed Vista at Creekside apartment buildings in Pleasant Prairie. (Rendering: JLA Architects) Kenosha-based Bear Development has proposed 140 apartment units and 54 single-family homes for a...

[ad_1] Like many born and raised in Bakersfield, California, Austin Smith has made peace with the city’s reputation. Built on oil and agriculture, the city of half a million in the state’s rural Central Valley, known by outsiders for its unique strain of...