Al Capone’s Gunman Jack “Machine Gun” McGurn’s Home Listed and Featured in Chicago Magazine

Pauline Trilik Sharpe, broker with the Oak Park office, is selling her home at 1224 Kenilworth Avenue in Oak Park. Once owned by Jack “Machine Gun” McGurn, one of Al Capone’s gunmen, the home hearkens back to Chicago’s Gangster days. Listed by Cara Carriveau, the 4 bedroom, 3 full bathroom and 1 half bath double bay Bungalow home will be open May 18th during the company’s Paint the Town Cabernet event. To read the story, please click here

 

Julie Morse’s Salem Lakes Wisconsin Listing Was Featured in Wall Street Journal

Julie Morse, broker with the Lake Forest office, was featured in the Wall Street Journal for her listing at 10944 224th Avenue, Salem Lakes, Wisconsin. Set on 143 acres, the 4,308 square foot, four bedroom, two full and one half bath residence is a superb country estate or horse and hobby property. The property boasts arboretum-quality grounds, a private stocked lake, specimen trees, an orchard, wooded trails, an Elite-line Morton barn with 5-7 stalls, indoor exercise arena, expansive paddocks and maintenance-free fencing. The heated garage/workshop building is ideal for car or hobby enthusiasts. A professional quality domed observatory is ideal for star-gazing and celestial photography. Read the story here.

Bohdan Gorczynski’s Printer’s Row Loft Style Listing Featured on Curbed Chicago!

This 2,700 square foot combination live/work space, listed by Michigan Avenue agent Bohdan Gorczynski, was featured on Curbed Chicago! 714 S. Dearborn Street, residence 5, boasts timber beams, large arch windows, and can easily be converted into a fully residential home. Read the entire article by clicking here.

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Al Capone’s Gunman Jack “Machine Gun” McGurn’s Home Listed and Featured on OakPark.com

Pauline Trilik Sharpe, broker with the Oak Park office, is selling her home at 1224 Kenilworth Avenue in Oak Park. Once owned by Jack “Machine Gun” McGurn, one of Al Capone’s gunmen, the home hearkens back to Chicago’s Gangster days. Listed by Cara Carriveau, the 4 bedroom, 3 full bathroom and 1 half bath double bay Bungalow home will be open May 18th during the company’s Paint the Town Cabernet event. To read the story, please click here.

Sally Mabadi’s Classic Evanston Listing is Featured in Crain’s!

Designed by Thomas Tallmadge and Vernon Watson, two architects who were deeply rooted within the Chicago School of Architecture, Sally Mabadi of the Evanston office’s upcoming listing was featured on Crain’s Before It Hits the Market piece! The sizable six-bedroom home designed over 100 years ago boasts a coach house, art-glass windows, and a library with built-in bookshelves. Read the entire article by clicking here!

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Jerry Doetsch Named 2018 Glenview Citizen of the Year

The Village of Glenview, Illinois named Jerry Doetsch, broker with the Glenview office, as their 2018 Citizen of the Year at the 52nd annual Glenview Civic Awards presentation held on April 26th at the Delta Hotel in Glenview. Jerry is a life-long Glenview resident who has been actively involved in the Glenview community through The Chamber of Commerce, Wesley Child Care, The Optimist Club, The Park District, School District 34, youth sports, St. Catherine Laboure, Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts. Additionally, he runs the annual Holiday in the Park Parade. Read more about this award in the Daily Herald and Patch. Congratulations, Jerry!

Jerry Doetsch and Michael Mazzei at the Glenview Civic Awards.

Eileen Brennan Featured in Crain’s Chicago Business for Sale at The Legacy

Eileen Brennan of the Michigan Avenue office was featured in Crain’s Chicago Business for her recent sale of Unit 7201 at The Legacy at Millennium Park, 60 E. Monroe Street. The 5,000-square-foot residence on the 72nd-floor offers spectacular views of Michigan Avenue, Millennium Park and Lake Michigan and is highest place one can live in the Loop. It also represents the second highest home sale on record for the area. To read the article, please click here.