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Lakeshore East's New Tower; Humboldt Park Gentrification; 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.

LAKESHORE EAST— Renderings for a long-rumored tower for Lakeshore East have been unveiled. The 642 foot tower is designed by Chicago's bKL Architecture.

EVERYWHERE— Before filmmaker Stanley Kubrick became one of the nation's most revered directors, he was a street photographer and photojournalist. Here are the images from his visit to Chicago in 1949.

HUMBOLDT PARK— Humboldt Park is hot for homebuyers and restaurant industry veterans, but the neighborhood's Puerto Rican community is trying to fight the looming gentrification wave.

GLENCOE— The Writers Theater have broken ground on their new 36,000 square foot facility designed by famed Chicago architect Jeanne Gang.