For those interested in a Chicago residence with quite the history, the home that once belonged to Al Capone is up for sale. Located at 7244 S. Prairie Avenue in the Park Manor neighborhood, the home was noted as a safe haven for the Chicago mobster as he rose to the zenith of organized crime in the city.
My mother died a few weeks ago. She inspired me with her intellect, her curiosity and her selfless care giving of my dad, who was ill for many years. She also drove me crazy because, as a child of the Great Depression, she saved every last thing.
Sure, the world is more global than ever before. But, there are still things that are hyper local and Chicago is chockfull of realities that only those who reside in the Windy City will know about.
The Chicago Tribune recently released a list of the richest people in Illinois and it got us wondering: Where do these extremely fortunate folks live? Let's take a look at where the obscenely rich reside in Chicago.
Prime location for business with ample square footage.
If you happen to see Batman and Superman duking it out during you lunch break downtown this November, don't fear. It's not a Halloween costume party argument gone bad that spilled over into the next calendar month. It's just business as usual for the city that is the chosen celluloid home for the world's most famous comic book characters.
Huge commercial building in Albany Park at a great price!
Amenities—they can make or break a condo. Sure, we all want a nice space to live and rest our heads, but it's the perks a building provides its residents that often seal the deal when it comes to the crucial question of "Can I picture myself living here?"
Beautiful 3 bedroom Ravenswood Square single family home.