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Ferris Bueller House Wants Furniture; Green Design; 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.

HIGHLAND PARK—Cameron's house from Ferris Bueller's Day Off is still looking for a buyer, and it's also looking for some new furniture. The Realtor tells Curbed that the sellers are soliciting offers from furniture companies to remodel the modernist home.

EVERYWHERE—For Earth Day, Curbed dug deep and pulled out a bunch of renderings of over-the-top green design schemes that have been floated in recent years.

OAK PARK—A home from Frank Lloyd Wright's "experimental and transitional phase" hit the market recently. It doesn't look quite like a typical Wright, but it sure looks nice. And for $799K, it can be yours.

RIVER NORTH—The clock is ticking on the Museum of Broadcast Communications, since Gov. Quinn granted the museum $6M and stipulated that exterior work must wrap up by the end of April. Earlier this week, Curbed checked in on the progress.