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Curbed Cup; Lake View Station; Brad Lynch's Home; More!

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EVERYWHERE: The first round of Curbed Cup 2010, the Neighborhood of the Year tournament, is almost in the books, and the results have been rather unpredictable. Uptown sent River North packing; the South Loop beat out Lincoln Park; and Lincoln Square trounced Bridgeport. Voting is now open for West Town vs. Logan Square.

UPTOWN: On Monday evening, developer Sedgwick Properties resumed talks with neighborhood residents over the proposed Lake View Station development. If approved, the development would include three condo and apartment towers of 20 to 45 floors.

NORTH CENTER: Architect Brad Lynch's home is on the market, and it's a beauty. The modernist home includes a stairway that acts as "a natural turbine for moving cool air from the lower level and displacing warm air on the upper levels."

HUMBOLDT PARK: It's always fun to fantasize about fixing up an old church and converting it into a home. Here's one that actually looks livable: The 6,000-square-foot Our Lady of Aglona Mission is on the market, and it sits on a huge 50' by 125' corner lot.