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Jeanne Gang Fashions a New River; Allure of Pullman; More

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And now the latest from Curbed Chicago, covering everything you need to know about the city's neighborhoods and real estate.

[Rendering courtesy of Studio Gang]

EVERYWHERE— Book Release: Chicago's own superstar architect Jeanne Gang reminds us of her penchant for sustainable design by compiling a host of essays and designs for solving the invasive Carp problem by altering the river's structure and flow.

WEST TOWN/EAST VILLAGE— A special feature, Curbed's mapped architectural walking tour runs you up and down side streets on a quest for lesser-known architectural curiosities. Just a sample of the area, there's sure to be additional spots that steal your fancy.

PULLMAN— Curbed's neighborhood spotlight lands on Pullman for a probe of listed properties and a plug for a long-sputtering renaissance. The historic properties on display include three row houses and a $300K stone mansion.

THE LOOP— We bring to you construction photos, updating early progress at the site of Coast at Lakeshore East. The 49-story, 499-unit apartment tower will be the 8th tower at Magellan Development's Lakeshore East complex.