Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah has said farewell to the 'burbs and purchased a home right here in the city. Noah had previously lived in a 5,500 square foot home in suburban Bannockburn, the Tribune reports, but upgraded to a seven bedroom, 7,500 square foot home in Lincoln Park this summer. The home is a fairly new construction, having been completed in 2009, and sports fancy finishes, custom millwork, and a rooftop deck space on top of the garage. The home hit the market in January for $3.45 million, but sold for $2.85 million. And perhaps Noah's move to the city could signal a trend for other Bulls players, the Tribune's Bob Goldsborough suggests, as the team's new practice facility near United Center officially opened last month. Joakim Noah can officially be called one of the coolest dudes in Chicago, because well, he actually lives in Chicago now.