Sara Freund is the editor of Curbed Chicago. She oversees the site's editorial operations and writes about housing, architecture, design, transportation, and the environment. Before joining Curbed in 2017, she was a breaking news reporter at the Chicago Sun-Times, a staff writer at Time Out Chicago, and a photojournalist in Dublin at the Irish Times national daily paper. She spends a lot of time biking all around Chicago. (Yes, even in winter.)
Plus, a rooftop with a built-in planters, a small fountain, and a bar.
The duplex condo is in a charming brick complex.
Buses will now institute rear boarding and run as drop-off only if there are more than 15 passengers.
The five bedroom home was built in 1916 and resides in one of the city’s historic neighborhoods.
A hidden garden with a pond, a wild backyard, and a green oasis.
The program offered payments of $1,000 to help residents pay rents and mortgages. That money will start going out this week.
There’s rich hardwood, new sapphire cabinets, and a private backyard.
See a Lincoln Park stunner, a quaint Oak Park home, and a trendy River West condo.