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Le Grand Reve Headed for Auction; Pilgrim Baptist; 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.

WINNETKA—After languishing on the market for a couple of years, the 27,000-square-foot Winnetka mansion known as "Le Grand Reve" is headed for le grand auction.

BRONZEVILLE—The landmark Pilgrim Baptist Church, designed by architect Louis Sullivan, burned in 2006, leaving only four walls standing. Reconstruction of the historic building is set to begin this month.

WRIGLEYVILLE—While the Cubs have swung and missed multiple times on developing the Traingle Building at Wrigley Field, one young architect stepped up the the plate and drew up his own plans for the site. And they look pretty good!

STREETERVILLE—Renderings were released earlier this week for yet another apartment high-rise in Streeterville. This one, developed by Golub & Co., will include a pair of 42- and 10-story towers.