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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.
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WEST TOWN: Jerry Kleiner's restaurants are known for their funky, bright-colored interiors, so why would you expect anything less from the restaurateur's home? The 9,400-square-foot converted garage in West Town hit the market yesterday. Click through for photos.
EVERYWHERE: Do you crave big, open spaces, exposed ductwork, timber beams and unfinished concrete? Then you'll love Curbed's roundup of 10 of Chicago's top industrial lofts that are currently on the market.
NORTH CENTER: In December, Curbed caught wind of a of a home makeover in the extreme. Today, the six-flat-turned-mansion hit the market for $2,995,000, making it the second priciest home in the North Side 'hood.
NOBLE SQUARE: The rectory at St. Boniface church is history. Major demolition is underway at Noble and Chestnut as developer IPM-Amicus prepares to convert the large Noble Square church into a senior living development.