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List Price: $985,000
The Property: When making their coffee order, some people ask for the drink “with room”—space at the top of the cup for adding cream or sugar. Here’s a 124-year-old greystone in Lake View that comes with room: about 1,000 feet of unfinished walk-up attic space with 12-foot ceilings that could become a master suite or an enormous family room…
The tightly organized geometry of the façade of this house in Ukrainian Village tells everything you might want to know about the interior. With an exterior like that, the inside is going to have to be light, crisp, and artfully laid out. And it is…
The Right Way to Price Properties
@properties Broker Associate Kim Kermis cringes when she recalls one of the listings she had on the market the longest during her career. The listing was place on the market right at the time when the market was at one of its worst points, and though it was listed at $275,000 she received a cash offer of $250,000 on the home in May 2009.
Gertrude Lempp Kerbis: Modern Architect
from Karen Carter
Kerbis, one of the first women architects working in the modern style, studied with Mies van der Rohe at IIT. In 1958, she designed the dining hall at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs while working at Skidmore Ownings and Merrill (SOM). She later went on to teach and form her own practice. Kerbis was a founding member of Women in Architecture. She received the AIA Lifetime Achievement Award in 2008. A fascinating story told by an amazing woman.