City Target premiered its urban concept store on State Street in 2012.
Safety and cleanliness are among top reasons that companies locate their offices in the Loop.
Jessica Stockholder’s ambitious “Color Jam” focused national attention on the power of art to transform cities.
21st-century enterprises—from hedge funds to technology incubators—coexist with the blue chip companies.
A wealth of accessible and friendly entertainment options—for the whole family—attract cultural consumers to the Loop.
Downtown life is within reach to anyone, from young families to empty-nesters.
Temporary galleries transform vacant storefronts into cultural hotspots.
A variety of housing stock—from new construction condos to quirky lofts—make for plentiful choices.
Entrepreneurs seek out places with abundant talent, high quality of life, and sustainable transportation choices.