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I came across this article on Archdaily, the AIA has ranked the most architecturally important cities and surprisingly Columbus, IN ranks 6th, behind New York, San Francisco, Chicago and others. I am a lover of architecture, so I found this … Continue reading
I’m not ususally one for murals or wall art or wallpaper for that matter. But There are several murals on this site that I could work with. More Urban, not cheesy that add some flair cost effectively. This eye is abstract … Continue reading
designslinger has a recent post about designslinger: Floating Floors. It happens to be a building I love and have shown it several times. Like he shares, you do get this mind trick that you’re floating when looking outside because of … Continue reading
Starbucks Signals A Rising Neighborhood – If a Starbucks opens in a new neighborhood, then it’s time to buy a home there. What do you think? One Venti Americano please! via Starbucks Signals A Rising Neighborhood – Business Insider###.
Read a very recent article from Chicago Tribune interviewing me on Buyers, sellers and the state of the market. In general, Low interest rates and inventory fuel home sales. Buyer confidence is up. As I was running around Saturday and … Continue reading
As I’m showing a south facing listing at 360 E. Randolph, I find myself really missing the trees of grant park, as are the residents in this building and surrounding buildings in the New East Side. We’re hoping it’s all worth it … Continue reading
This video produced by Eric Hines Photography is so very well done that I have to share. It captures Chicago in all its glory from street to clouds, day and night. As I watched I was mesmerized.
Photos copywright Paul Riddle for Archdaily, for the article Lens House/ Alison Brooks Architects. This house is amazing and its named the lens house because it was built for a photographer using trapezoidal planes and intersecting oversized aperture frame designed … Continue reading
The fridge, a necessity of modern daily life. I have no idea what I would do without my fridge. So when choosing the right fridge, it comes with some deliberation and forethought to get just the right one to fit your … Continue reading
Reblogged from National Post | Life: Laundry rooms used to be hidden away in the basement, washer and dryer side by side on concrete floors. Functional — yes. Inspiring — no. These days, they’re moving upstairs and going upscale. From … Continue reading