We've been keeping track of a few of the big contemporary homes that have sold in Wicker Park and Bucktown in recent months — will this one follow the trend? The 3,600-square-foot home was designed by architects David Brininstool and Brad Lynch in the early '90s, and it was later renovated by architect and interior designer Patrizio Fradiani. ("It was a house that had good bones in terms of modernist language, but it missed some occasions to be really outstanding," Fradiani told Chicago Home+Garden in 2005.) In August 2009, the home hit the market for $1.65 million, but it never sold and was de-listed a year later. Last week, it returned to the market at a slightly lower price, $1.45 million.
· Listing: 1614 N. Wolcott St. [Baird & Warner]
· Petros-Slusarz Residence [Studio F]