Better data, better development

Get to acquisition and groundbreaking sooner – Chicago Cityscape has the maps, data, and tools you need to start or expand your portfolio in one place

Chicago Cityscape has been seen on Curbed Chicago, Crain's Chicago Business, the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Magazine, and many other websites, as a source for insights and data analysis about Chicago properties that can't be found anywhere else.

What our members say about us

"Chicago Cityscape represents a smart solution to the problem of uncoordinated public information. The City of Chicago data portal and other available public databases can in their complexity to use discourage users, Chicago Cityscape's database makes retrieving information easy for all levels of user sophistication. Utilizing the data and report pages can create new ideas to solve old problems. It assists in my community volunteer activities to identify potential solutions for legislation, property inventory management, volunteer resource optimization, development/demolition watch and city infrastructure transparency."

- Gladys Alcazar-Anselmo / East Village Association

Read more testimonials


Latest blog post Thursday, June 17, 2021

Cityscape receives grant to launch a “Data Equity Cohort”
by Steven Vance

This is an announcement about a grant-supported program we are launching.

Chicago Cityscape is a real estate information platform designed to spark and inspire more equitable development in overlooked and underinvested neighborhoods by organizing and aggregating property data, policy information, and market insights into one platform — equalizing access to information for underrepresented and resourced property professional and nonprofit organizations.

Chicago-based organizations and individuals who work to build housing and promote economic and neighborhood development should have equal access to property data, policy information, and market insights to shape a more equity-minded built environment.

From Cityscape’s perspective, this cohort includes emerging, less experienced, and mission-oriented real estate developers (especially people of color who, as a group, receive less funding and investment for...

Continue reading...


Recently added renderings view the full map


Permits pulled

New construction permits pulled in Chicago in the last 2 months since Saturday, April 24th, 2021

Click on a company or person name to view their in-depth profile, with project history, map, and associated companies

General contractors

Architects

Owners


Show Light Mode - load the homepage faster