Attention, Chicago: You have just been Curbed. The network of local sites launched three of them in the Windy City Wednesday — Curbed Chicago (neighborhoods and real estate), Racked Chicago (retail, shopping, sales), and Eater Chicago (food, obviously) — as well as debuting Eater Austin for Austin, Texas.

Curbed is now up to 19 sites in its six-year existence, with Curbed Chicago joining similar sites for New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, the Hampton, and a national site, and the two new Eater sites joining those for New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland (Ore.), Miami, and a national site.

Chicago resident Mark Boyer is at the helm of Curbed Chicago.