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Forbes
9/27/2018 | by Jay Kozlarz

Related Midwest Unveils Museum-Quality Artwork For New Luxury Build In Chicago

​Among the major works unveiled this week at EXPO CHICAGO are notable pieces commissioned by Related Midwest for One Bennett Park, the developer’s new 70-story residential tower under construction in Chicago’s Streeterville neighborhood. 

Curbed Chicago | 8/2/2018

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. 

Forbes
9/25/2018 | by Jeffrey Steele

Multifamily Development Green Spaces Foster Sense Of Community

​In this era of luxurious apartment community amenities, multifamily developers battle to top each other in devising new common-area extras, such as the 1.7-acre Bennett Park at One Bennett Park in Streeterville.

Crain's Chicago Business
9/7/2018 | by Alby Gallun

How the '08 crash is still reshaping Chicago's real estate landscape

As the financial crisis worsened 10 years ago this month, bankruptcy awaited General Growth Properties, and local projects like the Waterview Tower, Chicago Spire and Roosevelt Collection were headed for a reckoning.


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.