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Start Your Week By Checking Out These Epic Old-School Chicago Photos

A Library of Congress collection includes hundreds of cool turn-of-the-century Chicago photos.

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This 60th-floor penthouse near the Old Water Tower is the 9th most expensive home for sale in Chicago.

Kenwood »

The 130-year-old house was once nearly two blocks away, but the owner had it moved in 1921.

Edgewater »

The six-story building will have 45 studios, 40 one-bedrooms and 20 two-bedrooms with 45 parking spaces.

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The home at 1515 W. Victoria Ave. has 3½ bathrooms and a 2½-car garage.

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The home at 1617 N. Wolcott Ave. has five bathrooms and an attached four-car garage.

Uptown »

The demolition of the Cuneo Hospital building was completed earlier this year.

Washington Park »

The university is also trying to get a long-term lease on the city's oldest CTA station.

Portage Park »

"Even then it seemed like a disaster waiting to happen," Frank Suerth said, remembering the structure.

Rogers Park »

The Howard-Rogers Lofts will contain 38 units with ground retail space, parking and storage.

West Loop »

The 200-room hotel proposal comes as Ace Hotel and Nobu will soon call the West Loop home. 

Wicker Park »

An online appeals system has made it easier for more property owners to contest their home values.

Old Town »

Part of the facade of Piper's Alley is being saved. O'Brien's will be rebuilt under a 13-story tower.

West Loop »

Neighbors are invited to weigh in on development guidelines at the Visioning Workshop this weekend.

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