Land Issues and the Chicago Olympic Bid

August 7, 2009

Daily Real Estate Updates

sudler-sothebys-logo7 August 2009 ? With the decision of The International Olympic Committee?s less than 60 days away, 2 controversial land issues are facing the City of Chicago. Chicago’s landmarks commission  voted against a proposal to place the Michael Reese Hospital campus on the National Register of Historic Places yesterday. If the city gets the Olympics, this area would be redeveloped into residential and serve as the home to the athletes. The Chicago Tribune is reporting about controversy surrounding Mayor Daley?s office and developer Michael Scott Sr., an early member of the mayor’s Olympic committee, about a deal to develop land near a park earmarked for the Olympic games. Scott, also the President of the Chicago Board of Education, denies any wrongdoing.

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Andrea Geller, Realtor® with Sudler Sotheby?s International Realty, specializes in residential real estate sales and marketing of resale properties and new construction homes. Acknowledged as an expert in the real estate industry, Andrea has been interviewed for industry related articles for print and online media including the Chicago Tribune, Crain's Chicago Business, Reuters, Bankrate.com, and Illinois Realtor Magazine. Andrea's commitment extends to the community as an active member of several professional associations. Her appointments include the Board of Directors of the Chicago, Illinois, and National Association of Realtors® and the Lakeview Chamber of Commerce. She markets herself under HOT PROPERTY®, an innovation in the real estate industry led by Chaz Walters that has been marketed since the 1990s. This unique real estate concept is always a step ahead of the industry providing marketing from cutting edge interactive exposure to targeted innovative advertising opportunities. Visit her at www.hotpropertychicago.com or 773.868.3090.

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