Tag: Rogers Park

  1. Crafting, Creating, and DIYing in Chicago
    With summer ending and cold months approaching, finding indoor activities is a must! Lucky for us, amongst the many reasons the North Shore of Chicago is a fantastic place to live, there’s also a thriving creative scene with opportunities for newbie crafters and professional artisans alike. The Rogers Park and the Gold Coast neighborhoods have an array of studios, small businesses, and schools that offer do-it-yourself classes to the public. Here are five places where you can learn to craft and create close to home:
  2. Elevate Your Business with Chicago’s Inspired Commercial Spaces
    Chicago is known for its unique architectural landscape. As property managers, we’re committed to protecting this architectural legacy, from landmark buildings to newly renovated retail spaces. Here’s a peek at some of the available commercial properties we manage to help Chicago-area businesses thrive.
  3. Celebrating International Day of Friendship TAWANI Style
    July 30th is officially The International Day of Friendship and a prime opportunity to celebrate the true meaning of friendship across Chicago. In 2011, the United Nations proclaimed this day as International Day of Friendship by the UN General Assembly with the idea that “friendship between peoples, countries, cultures, and individuals can inspire peace efforts and build bridges between communities.” Whether you’re in Rogers Park, The Gold Coast, or another Chicago neighborhood, here are some ideas on sharing in this spirit of community on July 30th and beyond.
  4. June Holiday Celebrations in Chicago
    June is a busy month in Chicago! In addition to warmer weather and longer days, June brings opportunities to honor Dads and Graduates, celebrate Pride month and commemorate Juneteenth. Here are some ideas for celebrating the June holidays near our Rogers Park and Gold Coast TAWANI Property Management homes:
  5. Honoring AAPI Heritage Month in Chicago
    May is Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage (AAPI) Month, and we can celebrate our AAPI neighbors with establishments in the Rogers Park and Gold Coast areas. From dining to physical fitness to arts & entertainment, there’s no shortage of AAPI culture in our beloved city of Chicago.
  6. Top Rogers Park Businesses to Reduce Stress
    April is National Stress Awareness Month, and we’re highlighting some local businesses to help you de-stress. Chronic stress is a serious subject that involves more than a quick fix. We hope that these suggestions are meant to provide some bright spots in your day, which ultimately can keep stress from accumulating. What’s more – you’ll be supporting local Rogers Park business owners and employees, brightening their day too!
  7. Five Steps to Spring Clean Your Closets
    In our great city of Chicago, there is so much to do, see, and experience that you could easily spend all your time out of the house. Still, there’s no feeling quite like walking into the door of your own home sweet home. As we head into Spring, it’s the perfect time to spring clean your closet and make your space much more inviting. Here are five steps to clean and organize your closet like a pro.
  8. Supporting Black-Owned Businesses in Chicago
    In honor of Black History Month, we’re featuring black-owned businesses in our backyard. While Black History Month takes place in February, we’re fortunate to be able to support and enjoy these local establishments all year round!
  9. Celebrate Romance, Love, and Friendship in Chicago
    Romance abounds in Rogers Park and the surrounding Chicago neighborhoods. Whether you’re looking for a special date night for two, a gal pal celebration, or a unique twist on a traditional holiday, you can find what you’re looking for close to home. Here are some ideas to help you celebrate love on Valentine’s Day and beyond.
  10. Where You Can Celebrate New Year’s Eve on Chicago’s North Side
    We’re about to say goodbye to 2022, and every neighborhood in Chicago is abuzz with New Year’s Eve preparations. The Rogers Park and the Gold Coast neighborhoods are no exception. Whether you’re looking forward to a cozy night at home or a dressy evening out, here are some ideas for celebrating the new year.