Enjoy lots of bright light and a sprawling, private rooftop deck.
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The 4,000-square-foot residence has a gorgeous landscaped courtyard and a roofdeck.
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Options include a rehabbed unit in a landmark and a fully furnished Bucktown workers cottage.
The light, airy kitchen has pale pink accents.
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Units in the 114-year-old fromer St. John’s Evangelical Lutheran Church start at $580K.
Contemporary family living behind a historic 1906 facade.
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The property won a preservation excellence award
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The old structure near Augusta and Damen will see its nearly 100-year-old brick facade preserved and reused.
The large, family-friendly home features a landscaped side yard and basement play area
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The measure aims to boost the number of affordable units on the city’s Near North and Near West sides.
This dark, broad-shouldered house is fully loaded.
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The unit itself sports some nice extras and includes two parking spaces. But the highlight here is the spacious (and private) rooftop deck.
This home represents a deliberate effort to create something refreshing and functional
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Considering the neighborhood’s median home sale price of $472,000, this newly-built two-bed duplex condo’s asking price of $400,000 looks all the more attractive.
The spacious Henry Worthmann-designed home features ornate millwork, crown moldings, re-leaded stained glass windows, and three museum quality ceiling murals.
A recently completed condo development on Western Avenue looks nothing like the renderings presented over two years ago.