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Curbed Chicago
8/2/2018 | by Greg Hinz

A first look at One Bennett Park’s ultra-luxurious apartments, opening this fall

​A batch of newly released renderings provide a first look at the Streeterville project's lavish rental accommodations. 

Crain's Chicago Business | 6/7/2018

With a $500M boost, U of I campus in South Loop gains momentum

​With a nifty $500 million in "seed money" in hand, Gov. Bruce Rauner's plans to develop a South Loop engineering and research center that could jolt Illinois' economy into the 21st century are beginning to look real

The Washington Post
7/12/2018 | by Audrey Hoffer

In some residential neighborhoods, art is bigger than ever

Ann Thompson was interviewed by The Washington Post for a story focusing on developer-commissioned art in multifamily buildings.

Chicago Tribune
7/10/2018 | by Bob Goldsborough

Preleasing begins at Chicago's tallest all-residential downtown building

​At One Bennett Park, both building and rents are soaring. 

ENR Midwest
7/10/2018 | by Jeff Yoders

Client Relations is Lendlease's Foundation

​A conversation 20 years ago between Related Midwest and Lendlease began a relationship that has seen both companies change the Chicago skyline and its neighborhoods.

The Real Deal
7/5/2018 | by Alex Nitkin

Developers getting land discounts for market-rate homes in Bronzeville

Related Realty broker, Sheila Dantzler, is bringing market-rate housing to a blighted slice of Bronzeville through a city incentive program that’s now moving into its second phase.

The Real Deal
6/19/2018 | by Alex Nitkin

Related Midwest secures $22M loan for Roosevelt Square Library

​Related Midwest secured a $21.7 million loan from BMO Harris Bank for its planned branch library, anchoring a 73-unit apartment complex in University Village, property records show.

The Real Deal
6/15/2018 | by Alex Nitkin

Related wants a Lathrop for everyone

Related Midwest’s 2010 deal to head up redevelopment of the Chicago Housing Authority’s aging Lathrop Homes threw the private developer into an 80-year-old public battleground.