Fellow blogsters at Crib Chatter noticed that "The Fugitive House" is not only back on the market after a botched late-summer sale, it's now up for rent. What a spectacle this has become! The Ron Ysla-designed Lincoln Park modernist home first listed for $3.95M in June 2011. The ask hasn't slipped much—it's at $3.699M—and it might not, considering how close it was to closing. Forever identified with Harrison Ford's blockbuster, the home played backdrop to Dr. Kimball's struggle with his wife's murderer. The dramatic interlaced glass-floored catwalks and floating stairs were the perfect enhancement. And really, who can forget that scene? You'll recall the 6,200-square-foot 5-bed home boasts an indoor pool, walls of windows, elevator, multiple fireplaces, and a sauna. So what's she going for, Bob? $17,000/month.
·Listing: 336 W Wisconsin Ave. [Prudential Rubloff]
·'Fugitive' House Coverage [Curbed Chicago]