We love our city and its downtown architecture, but we never really thought of Michigan Avenue as a prime spot for vacation homes—until now. Today's New York Times ran an article on Chicago's growing second home market...
Buyers are attracted by deeply discounted condos, vibrant downtown neighborhoods, world-class architecture, and a strong theater scene. The Times interviewed several recent condo buyers, including wealthy empty nesters, suburbanites who want a home in the city, and a family from Switzerland who spend their summers on the Gold Coast.
Read the story and see all the pictures in The New York Times: The Second City Is Becoming Second-Home City.
(Photo: Sally Ryan for The New York Times)