Shirley Walker of the Michigan Avenue office was featured in Chicago magazine for her historic listing at 5001 S. Greenwood in the Hyde Park/South Kenwood neighborhood. The home was designed by Benjamin Marshall and built in 1899 for D. F. Bremner, founder of the D. F. Bremner Baking Company. The Colonial mansion has more than 11,000-square-feet and features many of the original architectural details including high ceilings, mahogany molding and paneling, wainscoting, ornate plaster ceilings and more. To read the article, please click here.
Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2019 Backpack Project! Thanks to you, each of 600 Seward Communications Arts Academy students received a fully stocked backpack for the school year courtesy of the Michigan Avenue office brokers, staff and friends! Classroom, Art and Dance supplies were also provided to the school. Additionally, the office gave 150 backpacks to Refugee One, an organization that creates opportunity for refugees fleeing war, terror, and persecution for their students headed back to school. To read the press release, please click here. To see the Seward photos, visit our Facebook page. Thank you!
Susan O’Connor Davis of the Michigan Avenue office was mentioned in Crain’s regarding her Kenwood listing at 4901 S. Woodlawn Avenue! Designed by Howard Van Doren Shaw, the seven bedroom home includes stained glass windows, coach house, and seven fireplaces. Click here to read more about this stunning residence.
Chicago magazine featured two of Honore Frumentino’s Midcentury Modern listings! The homes at 72 Treasure Lane and 2875 Arrowwood Trail, both designed by Edward Humrich and both in Riverwoods, sit on generous wooded lots and were designed to blend with the landscape. Both homes are excellent examples of Humrich’s work and have been updated to reflect today’s lifestyles. To read the full story and enjoy photos of the listings, please click here.