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This is the athlete’s third property in the Chicago area.
The spacious three-bedroom home features designer touches and a private rooftop deck.
The Oak Park residence is one of Wright’s "bootleg" homes, created when he was working for Adler & Sullivan.
The eighth-floor penthouse has private elevator access and an 850-square-foot private terrace.
The three-time Stanley Cup winner found a buyer for the Gold Coast property in just over three months.
The pro athlete sold his striking, multi-level unit atop the former Montgomery Ward building for $3.2 million.
Will the historic North Shore home will be restored or demolished?
The famous political strategist and his wife paid $1.7 million for the Mag Mile residence in 2012.
The 15,000-square-foot property includes a Las Vegas-themed lower level that was featured on HGTV.
The historic Park Manor two-flat was listed for $110K but sold for $226K.
The landmark Ravenswood home features classic architecture and many modern upgrades.
Originally built in 1892, the heavily renovated residence was quick to go under contract.
The handsomely renovated North Side home didn’t last long on the market.
The 62nd-floor residence was quick to sell, going under contract in just 15 days.
A recent report connects Gates to this South Side home.
The waterfront property first listed for $16.45 million.
The stately South Side home entered the market at $2.2 million
The famous 1896 home changed hands at a heavily discounted price.
The raw, four-level space is officially Chicago’s priciest home sale ever.
The new owners of the 1905 structure have applied for permits to tear it down.
After paying $4.25 million for the North Shore mansion in 2014, the couple recently unloaded the property for $3.6 million.
The transaction ties for the priciest Chicago area home sale of the year.
The transaction represents Chicago’s priciest home sale of 2017.
No stone was left unturned in this extensive home makeover
The winger paid $1.475 million for the house last week
The sprawling 7,600-square-foot house borders the popular 606 trail.
The sprawling mansion features luxury amenities such as a theater room, an indoor basketball court, and spa.
Lucas Museum boss Don Bacigalupi has formally ditched his Chicago house.
This spacious Washington Boulevard loft was too good to last.
The five-bedroom, seven-bathroom home first listed in early 2015 asking $9.25 million before reducing its price the following year to $8.5 million.