There’s many spots in Chicago neighborhoods to shop small.
Coffee as sparkly as your personality.
You’re looking to buy. You’re looking to sell. Whichever end of the real estate market you’re on, you’ll likely notice the renovated, updated, and staged homes in your neighborhood sell quickly, and the ones with nineties countertops and cabinets… take a bit longer. Should you find renovations a necessity, Broker Matt Engle of Fulton Grace shares his best advice for updating your home.
Fall is upon us, even though Chicago has had some strange, 70-degree days sprinkled in the last few weeks. Instead of hibernating in your apartment and watching Hocus Pocus or the original Halloween on repeat, we have a few ideas for where you can chill when the weather is a bit chilly.
It’s FINALLY here. The time where you can feel less guilty for splurging on “fall leaves” scented candles and can proudly sip your pumpkin spice latte for the world to see. That’s right– it’s fall, y’all! We’ve gathered the best spots where you can embrace the cooler weather and don those stashed away blanket scarves or puffy vests for cute Insta shots.
Charming Lincoln Square is the quaint Chicago neighborhood filled with small businesses, delicious restaurants, and many spots to grab a warm mug of sunshine, also known as coffee. Check out our list for where to sip on your favorite caffeinated beverage in the Square.
Summer isn’t technically over yet, even though there’s been a sprinkling of cooler days here and there! Put the pumpkin spice lattes down and apple picking plans aside: celebrate September with these festivals.
Waterfront views, diverse cuisine… what’s not to love? Head up to Edgewater for these offerings, not to mention that comforting neighborhood feeling, antique markets, and have we mentioned the FOOD? Go on, call your Lyft. We can wait.
It’s the 3rd of July. You still don’t know which iconic spot to watch fireworks from. In need of some help? Not to worry… Fulton Grace is here to assist you in your pyrotechnic, star-spangled, exciting journey to find the best spot to “ooh” and “aah” at the sky for the Fourth.
Ah, a Chicago summer. After a lengthy winter, the wind coming off the lakefront is finally warm and residents of the best city in the world emerge from their apartments pale, shielding their eyes from the newfound cloudless sky, and grateful for the ability to finally enjoy outdoor activities again. One of the best ways to get fresh, local produce in the city? Farmers Markets. Here’s the best Chicago has to offer.