BAIRD & WARNER REAL ESTATE

About Us

For more than 160 years, Baird & Warner has been the dominant force in Chicagoland real estate, building a record of success and longevity unparalleled in the industry.  Five generations of family ownership doing what’s right, taking a stand, and making a difference for people in real estate.
We are also the market’s most progressive company, with a long-standing heartfelt commitment to the principles of fair housing and diversity, driven by five generations of independent local family ownership.
This heritage empowers us to reinvent our company and capabilities to meet the evolving needs of the people we serve.  Baird & Warner continuously seeks out the most promising innovations as we develop new solutions and services for our clients – that’s how the nation’s oldest real estate company remains so young.
Our sensitivity to the marketplace comes from a single yet powerful perspective: Chicago is more than just a market, it’s home.

PHOTOS

Here's to all of the beautiful pups and kitties that make our houses feel like homes. #NationalPetDay
70 bags, 7 car loads, and countless items of clothing later, we're ready to send these donations off to our veterans! Thanks to everyone in the Baird & Warner family for the outpouring of support. We couldn't have done it without you!
It's our birthday! Here's to 163 years of growing as a company, supporting our communities, and making it easier for clients to find the perfect home.
Happy first day of spring! Here's to the warmer, brighter days ahead.
Happy St. Patrick's Day to all!
At this time tomorrow, the Chicago river will look like this!
Happy National Pi Day! (Quiche counts as pie, right?)
Happy International Women's Day! Here's what our home office looked like in 1947.
Thanks to everyone in the Baird & Warner family who joined us yesterday for our disco-themed company-wide dance party! The photos everyone's been posting are amazing. Keep 'em coming!
Thanks to everyone in the Baird & Warner family who joined us yesterday for our disco-themed company-wide dance party! The photos everyone's been posting are amazing. Keep 'em coming!
Our chalk wall got an early spring refresh! Artwork by our very own Kristina Robinson.
2017 has been good to us, from winning Chicago Tribune’s Top Workplace in our industry for the sixth year in a row to doing $8.8 billion in sales. Seems like we’re on to something, and we don’t plan to stop here. http://ow.ly/ZGUo50gwonf #ItsEasierHere
Happy Valentine's Day to all!
Happy Valentine's Day to all!
Happy Valentine's Day to all!
One of our favorite venues in Chicago, Thalia Hall, was founded in 1892 by John Dusek with the hopes of creating a community space where locals could enjoy art and entertainment. Today, that dream is in full swing. Thalia Hall is a beautiful venue with astounding acoustics by night and a meeting place for locals by day. It’s a great place to see bands play, catch a movie, or enjoy a free yoga class on a Sunday morning.
163 years strong and still outgrowing our competition. Selling more homes with more offices across all of Chicagoland. What more can we say? How about having the best agents with a culture that has more No. 1 Top Workplace awards in real estate! It's just easier here.
In Lincoln Park, Chicago’s motto — “urbs in horto” (city in a garden) — truly comes to life. Its tree-lined streets and peaceful parks surround historic architecture, landmarks, and bustling business corridors.
It’s all about location! Between the Sauk Trail (a Native American trail that’s still a roadway today) and its location between the Des Plaines and St. Joseph rivers, Frankfort was a hub of travel back in the day. Today it's one of the fastest growing suburbs in Chicagoland with a population estimated to hit 20k soon.
Wicker Park is known today for its hipsters, nightlife, and restaurant scene, but back in the day it was the home of wealthy merchants. If you walk around the neighborhood now, you can still see pockets of 19th century mansions left over from “Beer Baron Row,” where Chicago’s wealthiest brewers lived.
Considered the crown jewel of Naperville, the Riverwalk opened in 1981 to honor the city’s 150th anniversary. This 1.75-mile linear park’s brick paths, covered bridges, sculptures, fountains, and distinctive shepherd’s-crook light poles all nod to Naperville’s history as DuPage County’s oldest settlement.
From a modest village of 400 residents, Orland Park has grown to nearly 59K in the last hundred years. Businesses have kept pace with the population, too, and in the past few years, the city rebuilt its downtown from scratch to make it easier for residents to explore all the city has to offer.
One of the wealthiest towns in Illinois, Hinsdale known for its rolling woods, scenic parks, quaint downtown, and close proximity to Chicago. And a spurt of development recently added to its beautiful homes. In the past few years, nearly 30 percent of the village’s older homes have been replaced with new construction.
These days, Gold Coast couldn’t be more central or well-connected, but back in the day it was pretty secluded and a neighborhood where some of the wealthiest families in Chicago lived. But when the DuSable Bridge opened in 1920 it connected Gold Coast to the rest of the city and created a boom in luxury highrises and high-end shopping that’s still popular to this day.

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BAIRD & WARNER REAL ESTATE

BAIRD & WARNER REAL ESTATE

About Us

For more than 160 years, Baird & Warner has been the dominant force in Chicagoland real estate, building a record of success and longevity unparalleled in the industry.  Five generations of family ownership doing what’s right, taking a stand, and making a difference for people in real estate.
We are also the market’s most progressive company, with a long-standing heartfelt commitment to the principles of fair housing and diversity, driven by five generations of independent local family ownership.
This heritage empowers us to reinvent our company and capabilities to meet the evolving needs of the people we serve.  Baird & Warner continuously seeks out the most promising innovations as we develop new solutions and services for our clients – that’s how the nation’s oldest real estate company remains so young.
Our sensitivity to the marketplace comes from a single yet powerful perspective: Chicago is more than just a market, it’s home.

CONTACT INFO

BAIRD & WARNER REAL ESTATE


ADDRESS

1920 SHERIDAN RD
HIGHLAND PARK IL 60035

PHOTOS

Here's to all of the beautiful pups and kitties that make our houses feel like homes. #NationalPetDay
70 bags, 7 car loads, and countless items of clothing later, we're ready to send these donations off to our veterans! Thanks to everyone in the Baird & Warner family for the outpouring of support. We couldn't have done it without you!
It's our birthday! Here's to 163 years of growing as a company, supporting our communities, and making it easier for clients to find the perfect home.
Happy first day of spring! Here's to the warmer, brighter days ahead.
Happy St. Patrick's Day to all!
At this time tomorrow, the Chicago river will look like this!
Happy National Pi Day! (Quiche counts as pie, right?)
Happy International Women's Day! Here's what our home office looked like in 1947.
Thanks to everyone in the Baird & Warner family who joined us yesterday for our disco-themed company-wide dance party! The photos everyone's been posting are amazing. Keep 'em coming!
Thanks to everyone in the Baird & Warner family who joined us yesterday for our disco-themed company-wide dance party! The photos everyone's been posting are amazing. Keep 'em coming!
Our chalk wall got an early spring refresh! Artwork by our very own Kristina Robinson.
2017 has been good to us, from winning Chicago Tribune’s Top Workplace in our industry for the sixth year in a row to doing $8.8 billion in sales. Seems like we’re on to something, and we don’t plan to stop here. http://ow.ly/ZGUo50gwonf #ItsEasierHere
Happy Valentine's Day to all!
Happy Valentine's Day to all!
Happy Valentine's Day to all!
One of our favorite venues in Chicago, Thalia Hall, was founded in 1892 by John Dusek with the hopes of creating a community space where locals could enjoy art and entertainment. Today, that dream is in full swing. Thalia Hall is a beautiful venue with astounding acoustics by night and a meeting place for locals by day. It’s a great place to see bands play, catch a movie, or enjoy a free yoga class on a Sunday morning.
163 years strong and still outgrowing our competition. Selling more homes with more offices across all of Chicagoland. What more can we say? How about having the best agents with a culture that has more No. 1 Top Workplace awards in real estate! It's just easier here.
In Lincoln Park, Chicago’s motto — “urbs in horto” (city in a garden) — truly comes to life. Its tree-lined streets and peaceful parks surround historic architecture, landmarks, and bustling business corridors.
It’s all about location! Between the Sauk Trail (a Native American trail that’s still a roadway today) and its location between the Des Plaines and St. Joseph rivers, Frankfort was a hub of travel back in the day. Today it's one of the fastest growing suburbs in Chicagoland with a population estimated to hit 20k soon.
Wicker Park is known today for its hipsters, nightlife, and restaurant scene, but back in the day it was the home of wealthy merchants. If you walk around the neighborhood now, you can still see pockets of 19th century mansions left over from “Beer Baron Row,” where Chicago’s wealthiest brewers lived.
Considered the crown jewel of Naperville, the Riverwalk opened in 1981 to honor the city’s 150th anniversary. This 1.75-mile linear park’s brick paths, covered bridges, sculptures, fountains, and distinctive shepherd’s-crook light poles all nod to Naperville’s history as DuPage County’s oldest settlement.
From a modest village of 400 residents, Orland Park has grown to nearly 59K in the last hundred years. Businesses have kept pace with the population, too, and in the past few years, the city rebuilt its downtown from scratch to make it easier for residents to explore all the city has to offer.
One of the wealthiest towns in Illinois, Hinsdale known for its rolling woods, scenic parks, quaint downtown, and close proximity to Chicago. And a spurt of development recently added to its beautiful homes. In the past few years, nearly 30 percent of the village’s older homes have been replaced with new construction.
These days, Gold Coast couldn’t be more central or well-connected, but back in the day it was pretty secluded and a neighborhood where some of the wealthiest families in Chicago lived. But when the DuSable Bridge opened in 1920 it connected Gold Coast to the rest of the city and created a boom in luxury highrises and high-end shopping that’s still popular to this day.

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