The Highland Park compound is a daring mix of cylinders, rectangles, and wedges.
The unique midcentury modern residence was built by noted architect brothers William and George Fred Keck in 1962.
The retired NBA player could end taking a loss on the Highland Park property.
The two-day "Dream House" event will take place in a unique 1962 home in suburban Highland Park.
The popular outdoor concert venue aims to showcase the "power of music" in its new exhibition hall by architects Dirk Lohan and Michael Barnes.
The Chicago Bulls legend has relisted his suburban home for $2.8 million.
The smartly updated North Shore home features new flooring, bathrooms, and a sleek designer kitchen.
The A. James Speyer-designed glass house in Highland Park is being restored for another generation.
The asking price of this playful and eclectic Highland Park mansion has tumbled more than $600,000 since 2015.
While decidedly more Aspen than Chicago, the log cabin treatment is handsome outside and continues through the home’s living and dining rooms.
Built in 1892, this spacious and architecturally significant suburban mansion is back and looking sharper than ever.
The mansion sports a large outdoor pool and an indoor basketball court, complete with the Chicago Bulls’ red, white, and black colors.
While this Highland Park home may lack a glassy detached garage of Ferris Bueller's Day Off, the ravine-front property does feature a cantilevered dining room that surrounds its occupants with green foliage.
And despite his commitment to Chicago, Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan is paying some of the highest property taxes of anyone living in the Chicagoland area.
After languishing on the market for five years, the modernist Highland Park home that played an important role in the classic John Hughes film Ferris Bueller's Day Off has finally sold.
The modernist glass house from the classic John Hughes film has returned a three year hiatus