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Lovely gardens, restored tilework, and rehabbed kitchens.
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SOM designed Optimo’s new South Side headquarters
It didn’t take long for this lovingly restored South Side beauty to find a buyer.
The pint-sized South Side home is big on charm and relative value.
The charming three-bedroom home is family-friendly and move-in ready.
This single family home is surrounded by a large yard
This year’s edition will feature the work of 141 participants from 20 countries
The historic colonial revival style home was built for the first director of the Art Institute of Chicago.
The 2017 Chicago Architecture Biennial will feature six community anchor sites.
Built in 1924, this old home has received many important updates in the last few years.
The Prairie-style home on the South Side has relisted with yet another price reduction.
Beverly is known for being a quiet neighborhood filled with beautiful old buildings. It’s a tight-knit community, so it’s no wonder why it’s a perfect area for families.
While many listings across Chicago proudly boast about the inclusion of any sort of yard space, this south side property’s landscaped lot literally abuts the Cook County Forest Preserve’s 257-acre Dan Ryan Woods.
Originally built in 1885 for the first director of the Chicago’s Art Institute, this restored home features many historic details throughout.
The American System-Built home on the South Side is now asking $554,900
Known as the H. Howard Hyde House, this four bedroom home in one of Wright’s American System-Built Houses, an early attempt at developing affordable pre-packaged homes with high design.
This colorful home on 104th Place dates back to 1915 but underwent a major renovation in 2008. The home's exterior certainly retains its Prairie heritage, but the interior has been largely updated.