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Cityscape Pro is now available for 1, 2, and 3 month terms

Published on Jan. 4, 2020 by Steven Vance

Not everyone needs a recurring Cityscape Pro membership. To support those student researchers, home buyers, and others who just need data for a short time, Chicago Cityscape now offers nonrecurring options

Screenshot of some of the features in the Cityscape Pro membership.

These fixed-length Cityscape Pro memberships have all of the same features as a recurring Cityscape Pro membership.

Features included

  • Unlimited Address Snapshot lookups
  • Property tax and taxpayer (ownership) info
  • Zoning Dashboard (for Chicago and several other cities)
  • Transit Oriented Development status (for Chicago and more)

Be more informed

Want a longer term? Contact us.


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