A recent article released by RE Journals has revealed that the high-rise construction throughout Chicago has remained steady throughout the year, despite uncertainty with the economy.
According to the article:
The number of active tower cranes is often viewed as a sign of a healthy real estate market and construction industry, particularly over the last several years as cities raced to make up from the slowdown caused by the Great Recession of 2008. But as construction was declared an essential service during the pandemic, workers continued to make progress on new high-rises throughout the city.
To read the full article, please check out: https://rejournals.com/despite-pandemic-deep-freeze-chicago-high-rise-construction-still-making-headway/