When the Lincoln Park home where The Fugitive's murder scene was shot came on the market early this summer, Curbed went on a fact finding mission, visiting the house and guiding readers through its history. Built and inhabited by architect Ron Ysla in 1979-80, the house underwent major expansion post-Fugitive under owner Norbert Gleicher, adding two floors, an elevator, a roof deck, two bedrooms, and a study, to bring the living space to a whopping 6,200 sf. Prior features already included those famous catwalks, a sauna and a pool. Originally asking $3,950,000 in June, the pricechopper struck hard last night, taking $251K off the price. This might be as good as it gets, thanks to it's outstandingly eccentric interiors and fame.
·The House where 'The Fugitive' was filmed hits the market for $3.95M in Lincoln Park [Curbed]
·Listing: 336 W Wisconsin Ave. [Prudential Rubloff]