Posts tagged "Joffrey Ballet"

Does Living on Cleveland Avenue Make You Famous?

Does Living on Cleveland Avenue Make You Famous?
I have had several real estate projects along the beautiful streets of Lincoln Park, but recently I was thinking of one street in particular where a surprising number of creative, successful Chicagoans had all coincidentally chosen to live within a few blocks of each other!  The street is North Cleveland Avenue, running north/south in the... Read more »

Hope, Real Estate, and Charity Events Spring Eternal!

Hope, Real Estate, and Charity Events Spring Eternal!
The Spring events season is coming on full force!  Friday the 13th was not a bad luck day at all for outgoing 43rd Ward Alderman Vi Daley!  She was the recipient of the Outstanding Community Leader award at the Lincoln Park Conservancy’s annual Glass House Gala, held at the beautiful Conservatory at Fullerton and Stockton. ... Read more »

Loyalty, Royalty, and Chicago's Own Gala Events

Loyalty manifests itself in many ways.  One kind is Loyalty to a good cause, being steadfast in supporting it and honoring those who might have triggered you to become involved. I am proud of several friends who were moved to become involved and stay loyal to two different causes.  I admire the important roles they... Read more »
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From the 1933 World's Fair "Homes of Tomorrow" to Millennium Park!

You wouldn’t believe it based on this weekend, but last weekend was a great one for hiking outdoors!  I chose to head to Indiana Dunes, which is not far from my favorite area along the Lake for looking at vacation homes, namely Union Pier.  I see so many Chicago people I know walking along the... Read more »

River North in the Fall and Couture and Cocktails for the Joffrey!

What a busy weekend!  River North was hopping for the first weekend in October.  How could you go wrong with the Antiques fair at the Merchandise Mart.  In some ways the Merchandise Mart is the ‘Grande Dame’ and anchor of River North, an area which continues to thrive.  Even as the attention is sometimes drawn... Read more »