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'Home Alone' House Hits the Market; Urban Oasis at Trump

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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.

WINNETKA—The most booby trappable home in the Chicago area can now be yours. That's right, the Home Alone house in Winnetka just hit the market; it'll cost you $2.4M to go tobogganing down the stairs.

RIVER NORTH—HGTV unveiled this year's 'Urban Oasis' giveaway: A fully-furnished, 1BD, 1.5BA, 1,000-square-foot condo on the 35th-floor of the Trump Tower. The giveaway will officially launch in August.

HYDE PARK—The announcement that Whole Foods is coming to Hyde Park is a big deal, but what does it mean for Village Center? Developer Antheus Capital tells Curbed that groundbreaking is scheduled for fall 2012 on the Studio Gang-designed development.

LINCOLN PARK—On Wednesday, the City Council approved Webster Square, the controversial redevelopment of Lincoln Park Hospital. The saga might not be over yet, though; an anti-development group says they're preparing a lawsuit.